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PROSPECTUS BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS

Academic Session 2011/2012

Faculty of

Economics & Administration


University of Malaya

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HISTORYOFTHEFACULTY

Firstestablishedin1959astheDepartmentofEconomicswithintheFacultyofArts,Universityof Malayain1959.TheFacultyofEconomicsandAdministration(FEA)wasfoundedinMay1966to meetthenation'sgrowingdemandforaprofessionalworkforce.Beginningwithjust14students and three academic personnel, headed by Royal Professor Ungku Aziz, FEA has evolved into a flourishing academic community of 1076 students, and 58 academic staff, among them professorsandlecturerswithinternationalreputationintheirrespectivefields. Drawing the strength of four departments; Economics, Administrative Studies and Politics, Development Studies and Applied Statistics, FEA currently offers the Bachelor of Economics degree,andfourprogrammesatthepostgraduatelevel,MasterofEconomics,MasterofPublic Administration,MasterofAppliedStatisticsandDoctorofPhilosophy.Ofthe1,076students,633 are enrolled in the undergraduate programme while the rest are postgraduate students, including 99 international students from various countries such as South Korea, Gambia, Indonesia, Iran,China,Nigeria,Vietnam, Pakistan, Myanmar, Tanzania,Palestin,Ethiopia, Syria, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Bangladesh, Philippines, Sudan, Yemen, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. TheFEAalsoadministersthePopulationStudiesUnit(PSU)thatwassetupin1979aspartofthe PopulationandFamilyHealthProjectfundedbytheWorldBankandtheUnitedNationsFundfor Population Activities. Research and training on population related issues are conducted under theauspicesofthePSU. The FEA is intensively engaged in enhancing academic excellence in the field of monetary and financialeconomicsthroughtheTunIsmailChair,establishedinAugust2000.Asof31stAugust 2008, there have been four distinguished holders of the Chair, Professor Dr. Yilmaz Akyuz, ProfessorRonaldMcKinnon,Dato'SeriPanglimaAndrewL.T.ShengandProfessorDr.Takatoshi Ito. In November 2006, the Royal Professor Ungku Aziz Chair was established to honour the contributionofRoyalProfessorUngkuAzizinthefieldsofeducationandeconomicdevelopment. Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs is the first holder of the Royal Professor Ungku Aziz Chair. In conjunctionwiththeestablishmentoftheChair,theCentreforPovertyandDevelopmentStudies wassetupattheFacultytoserveasafocalpointforacademicwork,research,consultancyand technicalassistanceinareasrelatedtopovertyanddevelopment. Inupholdingitsresearchstance,theFEAcollaborateswththeMalaysianEconomicAssociationin thepublicationofaninternationaljournal,theMalaysianJournalofEconomicStudies.FEAalso hasproducedtheInternationalJournalofInstitutionsandEconomies(IJIE).

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UNIVERSITYOFMALAYA

VISION Tobeaninternationallyrenownedinstitutionofhigherlearninginresearch,innovation, publicationandteaching.


MISION To advance knowledge and learning through quality research and education for the nationandhumanity.

QUALITYPOLICY
The University of Malaya intends to undertake teaching and learning, conduct research and services of quality, generate and advance knowledge through continuous improvement efforts forthebenefitofallcustomers,inparticularthestudentsoftheUniversityofMalaya.

COREVALUES Integrity Respect AcademicFreedom OpenMindedness Accountability Professionalism Creativity Meritocracy Teamwork SocialResponsibility QUALITYOBJECTIVE To ensure that 35% of the undergraduates obtain a minimum CGPA of 3.0 upon graduation except for students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Faculty of Medicine and students of Faculty of Dentistry whom do not fall underthesemestersystem.

To ensure that 7% of the undergraduates obtain a minimum CGPA of 3.7 upon graduation except for students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Faculty of Medicine and students of Faculty of Dentistry whom do not fall underthesemestersystem.

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FACULTYOFECONOMICSANDADMINISTRATION VISION To realise the Vision of the University to be an education and research centre of excellenceforknowledgecreationanddisseminationthroughteaching,learningand researchinthefieldsofeconomicsandadministration. MISION Toadvanceacademicexcellenceinthefieldsofeconomicsandadministration. QUALITYOBJECTIVES To target for 90% of the undergraduates of each academic session to acquire theirdegreeswithinthespecifiedmaximumperiodofstudy. Totargetforlessthan10%oftheundergraduatesbeingplacedunderacademic observationbasedontheirfinalexaminationresultsforeachsemesterofstudy.

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FACULTYANDDEPARTMENTALOBJECTIVES FACULTY To inculcate good citizenship, social responsibility, professionalism and academic integrity; To provide a strong foundation in the theory and practice of economics and administration; To provide an enabling environment for research excellence in economics and administration;and To develop critical and analytical skills with the ability to translate knowledge into practice. DEPARTMENTOFECONOMICS Toprovidecomprehensiveeducationineconomicsandenhanceresearchinthefield basedontheoryandapplication. DEPARTMENTOFDEVELOPMENTSTUDIES Toprovide training andresearchinthefieldofdevelopmentstudiescoveringtheories, practicesandpoliciesofdevelopment. DEPARTMENTOFADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS To provide multidisciplinary training and research in administration and politics, humanresourcemanagement,internationalrelationsandurbanmanagement. DEPARTMENTOFAPPLIEDSTATISTICS Toprovidetrainingandresearchinappliedstatisticsfordecisionmakingandproblem solvinginvariousfields.
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BACHELOROFECONOMICSPROGRAMME VISION Tobegloballyrecognisedasaleadingprogrammeineconomicsandadministration

MISION

Toproduceexcellentgraduatesineconomicsandadministrationbyprovidingthestate ofthearteducation

PROGRAMMMEGOALS

Toprovidestudentswithastrongfoundationineconomicsandadministrationandinstill in them integrity, leadership skills and professionalism to face a competitive environment. PROGRAMMELEARNINGOUTCOME AttheendoftheBachelorofEconomicsprogramme,graduatesareableto: (1) Demonstratesufficientknowledgeineconomicsandadministration. (2) Apply quantitative and qualitative skills in analysing issues in economics and administration. (3) Demonstrate social skills and behave responsibly towards society and the environment. (4) Practiseethicalvalues,professionalismandintegrity. (5) Communicateeffectivelly,demonstrateteamworkandleadershipskills. (6) Applyscientificskillsindecisionmakingandproblemsolving. (7) Useinformationmanagementskillsanddemonstratecapacityforlifelonglearning. (8) Applymanagerialandentrepreneurial.

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MANAGEMENTFACULTYOFECONOMICSANDADMINISTRATION

Dean

ProfessorDr.TanEuChye PhD(Warwick),MEc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia) ProfessorDr.GohKimLeng PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal) Assoc.Prof.Dr.NoorAzinaIsmail PhD(QUT),MStats,BSc(UNSW) Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.SabithaMarican PhD(SciUMalaysia),MPA,BSc(Pitt)

DeputyDean : (HigherDegree) DeputyDean : (Undergraduate) DeputyDean : (Research) HeadofDepartment: DepartmentOfEconomics : DepartmentOfDevelopmentStudies: DepartmentofAdministrative : StudiesandPolitics DepartmentofAppliedStatistics :

Assoc.Prof.Dr.YapSuFei PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal) Dr.LeeHwokAun PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.) Dr.Hj.AliBoerhannoeddin PhD,MPA(Scalif),BEc(Mal)

Assoc.Prof.Dr.SusilaMunisamy@ Doraisamy PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia), LLB(Lond) Director: CentreforPovertyAnd : Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.FatimahKari DevelopmentStudies(CPDS) PhD(MSU),MEc(Leicester),BEc (NUMalaysia)
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ACADEMICSTAFF

DEPARTMENTOFECONOMICS
Head: Professor TanEuChye,PhD(Warwick),MEc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia) AssociateProfessor AssociateProfessorDr.YapSuFei,PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal)

YapSuFei,PhD,MEc,BSc(Mal) HjhFatimahKari,PhD(MSU),MEc(Leicester),BEc(NUMalaysia) HjhRadiahAbdulKader,PhD(Durham),MSc(Salf),BEc(Mal) EvelynShyamalaa/pPaulDevadason,PhD(Mal),MSocSc(NUS),BEc(Mal) KwekKianTeng,PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal) MarioArturoRuizEstrada,PhD(Mal),MA(Japan)


SeniorLecturer

RozaHazliZakaria,PhD(NUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal) MohammedAslamGulamHassan,PhD(Mal),MEc(Mal),BSocSc(SciUMalaysia) ZarinahYusof,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal) LokeWaiHeng,DPhil(Sussex),MA(Sussex),BSocSc(SciUMalaysia) SaadMohdSaid,MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal) Santhaa/pChenayah@Ramu,PhD(Osaka),MEc(Osaka),BEc(Mal) YewSiewYong,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal) YongChenChen,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia) AbulQuasemAlAmin,PhD(NUMalaysia),MEc(Bangladesh),BEc(Bangladesh)

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Lecturer

AbdulKadirMatYazif,MPA,BEc(Mal) ChongChinSieng,MEc,BEc(Mal) HaniraHanafi,MCL,LLB(IIUM),AdvocateandSolicitorofMalaya NorHasniahKasim,MEc(NUMalaysia),BEc(Mal) RahmanIbrahim,MSc(Salf),BEc(Mal) NurulHudaMohdSatarPhD(UWM),MEc,BEc(Mal) YongSookLu,PhD(Lancaster),MEc,BEc(Mal) *NurHidayahAbdullah,McL,LLB(IIUM)


ResearchFellow

Dr.CheongKeeCheok,PhD(London),B.A(Mal) HjhFatimahSaid,MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal)

*StudyLeave

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DEPATMENTOFDEVELOPMENTSTUDIES Head: LeeHwokAun,PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.) Professor RajahRasiah,PhD(Camb),MSocSc,BSocSc(SciUMalaysia) SeniorLecturer AzmahHj.Othman,MPhil(Wales),MSc(Wales),BEc(Mal) LeeHwokAun,PhD(UMass),MSc(Lond),BA(Br.Col.) MohamadYusoffSanusi,MA(Manc),BEc(Mal) Lecturer *NurAnnizahIshak,MEc,BEc(NUMalaysia) SeniorResearchFellow Jebamalai Vinanchiarachi, PhD(Uni. Madras, M.Phil(Uni. Madras) EHEd(Uni. Madras). MA(st.JosephsCollege,Tamilnadu),BA(St.XaviersCollege,Palayamkottai). PhdCandidatesSlai **SharifahMuhairahShahabudin,MSc(UiTM),BA(CanterburyUniversity,NewZealand)

*StudyLeave(HLCB) **IPTTrainingScheme(SLAI)

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DEPARTMENTOFADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS Head: Dr.Hj.AliBoerhannoeddin,PhD,MPA(Scalif),BEc(Mal) Professor DatukNormaMansor,PhD,MPA(Liv),BEc(Mal) EdmundTerenceGomez,PhD,MPhil,BA(Mal) AssociateProfessor HjhHalimahAwang,PhD(Macq),MSc,BSc(NIII) HjhSabithaMarican,PhD(SciUMalaysia),MPA,BSc(Pitt) DatukHjSharifuddinZainuddin,PhD,MPA(Pitt),BEc(Mal),DipBusStudies(MARA) SeniorLecturer BehLooSee,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MA(NUMalaysia),BA(SciUMalaysia) MakmorTumin,PhD,MPA,BEc(Mal) NawiAbdullah,MPA,BEc(Mal) RajaNorizaRajaAriffin,PhD(Nottingham),MCRP(CSUF),BA(USL) Kuppusamya/lSingaravelloo,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MPA(Mal),BSc(Mal) Lecturer MuhammadAsriMohdAli,MPA,BEc(Mal) SlabTutor KhaldunMunipAbdMalek,MA(Edin),MST(Oxon)
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DEPARTMENTOFAPPLIEDSTATISTICS Head: AssociateProfessorDr.SusilaMunisamy@Doraisamy, PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia),LLB(Lond) Professor GohKimLeng,PhD(Monash),MEc,BEc(Mal) IdrisJajri,PhD(NCarolinaState),MSc(Lond),BEc(Mal) AssociateProfessor NoorAzinaIsmail,PhD(QUT),MStats,BSc(UNSW) SusilaMunisamy@Doraisamy,PhD(Warwick),MSc,BSc(PutraUMalaysia),LLB(Lond) RohanaJani,PhD(Macq),MSc(Wvirginia),BSc(Ohio) TeyNaiPeng,MSc(Michigan),BEc(Mal) SeniorLecturer NgSorTho,PhD(PutraUMalaysia),MEc,BEc(Mal) LauWeeYeap,PhD(Osaka),MAppStats(Mal),MEc(Osaka),MAcc(CSU),BSocSc(Hons)(USM) TemporaryLecturer NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar,MSc(Uconn),BSc(UiTM),Dip_SA(UiTM) SlabTutor MuzalwanaAbdulTalib@AbdulMutalib,MAppStats(Mal),BA(SheffieldHallam) DianaAbdulWahab,MAppStats(Mal),BDecSc(NorthUMalaysia) AhmadFaridOsman,MSc,BAppSc(SciUMalaysia) SlaiTutor TanPeiPei,MAppStats,BEc(Mal)

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EMERITUSPROFESSOR YMProfessorDiRajaUngkuAzizUngkuHamid DrMohamedAriffAbdulKarem DrStephenCheeHongChye

ADJUNCTPROFESSOR DatukSeriPanglimaAndrewL.T.Sheng DrR.Thillainathan YBhg.TanSriEmeritusProfesorDatukDr.AugustineOngSoonHock


SENIORRESEARCHFELLOW

Dr.MarieAimeeTourres Dr.CheongKeeCheok Dr.JebamalaiVinanchiarachi Dr.LeoJocelynFredericks

RESEARCHFELLOW

Pn.HjhFatimahSaid

SPECIALISTCONSULTANT

Dr.SulochanaNair

SPECIALIST

Dr.SoonLeeYing

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EXTERNALEXAMINERS

ProfessorDr.ShigeyukiAbe DepartmentofEconomics Professor,FaciltyofPolicyStudies,DoshishaUniversity Director,CenterforContemporaryAsianStudies(CCAS), DoshishaUniversity,Japan ProfessorJayatiGhosh DepartmentofDevelopmentStudies ProfessorofEconomics,CentreforEconomicStudies&Planning, SchoolofSocialSciences,Jawaharlal NehruUniversity,NewDelhi,India ProfessorDr.DavidA.Sonnenfeld ProfesorandChair DepartmentofEnvironmentalStudies StateUniversityofNewYork CollegeofEnvironmentalScienceandForestry,USA ProfessorDr.VijayanN.Nair DepartmentofAppliedStatistics DonaldA.DarlingProfessorofStatistics ProfessorofIndustrial&OperationsEngineering UniversityofMichigan,AnnArbor,USA

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ADMINISTRATIVEANDSUPPORT
SeniorAssistantRegistrar(N44) (Administrative&Development) AssistantRegistrar(N41) (HigherDegree) AssistantRegistrar(N41) (Undergraduate) ResearchOfficer(N41) (CPDS) AssistantAdminOfficer(N27) AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N28) AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N27) AdministrativeAssistantS/U(N22) AdministrativeAssistant(P/O)(N22) AdministrativeAssistant(P/O)(N17) : ZainabAbdullah

MaimunahKamarudin

EdzuraJahari

: : : : : : : :

NurMaslizaMuda WangSokWai NorshaadahMohdZain RozlinKasmani FarahaniMdZain NuurHakimahMohdDin FauziahAbuHassan(KUP) Hj.MohamadSahutAhmad WendyTanSawPeng(KUP) AzuraHj.Aziz HumairahAmizaMohdHussin MohdZafifiMokhtar NoorHalijahIbrahim NoorHidayahMdZakuan NoorIrdawatyKamarodzaman NorIshahAriffin NorhidayuOmar NurulasyikinAbdMajid NuurIkhwanNizalMaamor SitiKhairiahIbrahim SitiShafinahHassan SuhaidiKamarudinHussin RazakDarus(KUP) RejandranSupramaniam(KUP) SyafawiMalekFuad SitiSurayaBaharuddin

Technician(J22) LabAssistant(C22) ComputerTechnician(FT17) AdministrativeAssistant(Financial) (W17) MachineOperatorDataProcess(F11) Driver(R3) OfficeAssistant(N1)

: : : :

: : :

AhmadJamalb.Roslan NorasikinZulkarnaini KhairulAzwanbinMahayuddin ShahrulIbrahim SamsulAbd.Karim


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BACHELOROFECONOMICS INTRODUCTION
The Bachelor of Economics programme is designed to provide solid grounding in theory and economic knowledge and improve critical and analytical skills of students. The core and the elective courses are shaped to produce graduates with broad based as well as specialized knowledge. Since 2005, the newly introduced track system created the option for students to specializeinoneof10areas,namely,Monetary&FinancialEconomics,InternationalEconomics, Labour Economics, Resource and Environmental Economics, Enterprise Development, Development Studies, Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Political Economy and Applied Statistics, if they fulfil a minimum of seven courses from a particular track during theircourseofstudy.Studentsarerequiredtocomplete121credithoursinordertograduate.

LEARNINGOUTCOMES
Attheendoftheprogramme,thegraduatewillbeableto:

Discusscompetitivechallengesinboththedomesticandglobaleconomies; Discusseconomicissueswithinthepolitical,regulatoryandenvironmentalcontext; Applytheprinciplesofbothmacroeconomicsandmicroeconomicsinabusinesscontext; Applyquantitativemethodsineconomicsandadministration; Applyeconomicanalysisintheevaluationofdevelopmentpolicies; Relatethedisciplineofeconomicstoissuesinbusiness,socialsciencesandpolitics; Evaluatecontemporaryeconomicissuesobjectively; Recognize the interactions of public, private and nonprofit organizations in the economy; Recognizetheethicalissuesineconomiccompetition; Demonstrateinformationtechnologyskillsinbusinessenvironment; Developeconomicanalysisskills; Developdisciplinaryskillsrelevanttotheneedsofthejobmarket;and Developcapacitiesforlifelonglearning. SEMESTERSYSTEMCOORDINATOR

Students can seek advice from the Semester System Coordinator. For Academic Session 2011/2012,thecoordinatorsareasfollows: Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamala a/pPaulDevadason AzmahOthman NawiAbdullah IsmawatiMohdJaafar

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ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS
LOCALCANDIDATES In general, local candidates have to fulfil the Universitys general requirements as well as the programme specific requirements in order to be admitted to the programme. Potential local candidatesmustpossessorcompleteanyofthefollowing: STPMqualificationoritsequivalent; DiplomafromUiTMorPoliteknikKementerianPendidikanMalaysiaorotherequivalent qualificationsrecognizedbytheMalaysianGovernmentandapprovedbytheUniversity Senate; KPMMatriculation,UMAsasiSainsorUTMTahunAsas. UniversityGeneralRequirements 1. ApassinSPM/itsequivalent. 2. ApasswithdistinctioninBahasaMelayu/BahasaMalaysiaatSPMLevel/itsequivalent. 3. ApassinSTPMexaminationwithatleast: a. GradeC(NGMP2.00)GeneralPaper;and b. GradeC(NGPM2.00)TWO(2)othersubjects. 4. CompletetheMalaysianUniversityEnglishTest(MUET). ProgrammeSpecificRequirement STPMorequivalent/MatriculationCandidates A pass with a minimum of Grade C+ (CGPA 2.33) in any of the following subjects at STPM or equivalent/Matriculation: Economics Accountancy Mathematics/MathematicsS/T BusinessManagement/BusinessStudies OR ApasswithaminimumofGradeC(CGPA2.0)inanyoftheabovesubjectsorequivalentatSTPM orequivalent/MatriculationandapasswithaminimumofGradeCinMathematicsatSPMlevel orequivalent. DiplomaCandidates AdiplomafromUiTMorPoliteknikKementerianPendidikanMalaysiainanyofthefollowing programme: DiplomainAccountancy DiplomainPublicAdministrationandLocalGovernment DiplomainBusinessStudies DiplomainBankingStudies DiplomainInvestmentAnalysis DiplomainMarketing INTERNATIONALCANDIDATES For international candidates, obtained equivalent qualifications recognized by the Malaysian GovernmentandapprovedbytheUniversitySenate.

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GUIDELINESONCREDITEXEMPTION 1. Interpretation: ExemptionCreditreferstoexemptionfromregistrationandtakingcoursesrequiredforan academicprogrammeonthebasisofcoursestakenbythestudentbeforebeingaccepted foradmissionintoadegreeprogrammeofthisUniversityasapprovedbytheSenate. ThecoursethatisgivencreditexemptionwillnotbeconsideredforGPAandCGPA. For credit exemption, the student is required to have completed the related certificate/diploma/degreebeforebeingconsidered. The credit exemption policy of the University is as stated in the Buku Panduan Umum SistemSemesterandotherregulationsthataredeterminedbytheSenate. (1) Theconditionsforcreditexemptionareasfollows: (a) (b) (2) (a)

2. 3.

Thecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemptionmusthaveatleast75%of overlapincontentswiththecoursebeingofferedatFEA;and ThegradeorthegradepointobtainedforthecourseisnotlessthanBorgrade point3.0.

Subjecttoconditioninparagraph3(1)abovebeingsatisfied,thestudentiseligibleto applyforcreditexemptionexceptfortheFacultyCompulsoryCoursesasfollows: EXEE2105ResearchMethodology; EconomicsCoreCourses: i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. (c) EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIIC EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIIC EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIID EGEE2102EconomicDevelopment EGEE2103MalaysianEconomics EXEE2107CriticalThinkingInEconomics EXEE2108InternationalEconomicsIssues EGEE3309HistoryofEconomicThought;and

(b)

EXEE3190IndustrialTraining

The maximum credit exempted must not exceed one third (1/3) of the total credit hoursoftheprogramme.

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(3) Studentsarenotallowed: (a) Touseone(1)equivalentcourseattheDiplomaleveltoapplyforexemption from two (2) different courses at the Bachelor degree level. The date of the students examination result for every equivalent course will be taken into consideration; To use one (1) Diploma level course offered by other Institutions in the first/intermediate level/year to be deemed equivalent to a Bachelor degree courseofferedinthefinallevel/year;and Tolistmorethantwo(2)coursesattheDiplomaleveltobedeemedequivalent toone(1)courseattheBachelordegreelevel.

(b)

(c) 4.

Applications are for the First Year students in Semester II, using the forms which can be obtained from the General Office, FEA and must be submitted to the Faculty only once throughoutthestudylatestbythesecondFridayofSemesterIIalongwith: (1) ProcessingfeeofRM5.00percredithour.Thefeeisnotrefundable; (2) Syllabusandmarkingsystemofthecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemption; and (3) Onecopyoftherelatedcertificate/diploma/degree. If the information provided by the student is false or incomplete or does not satisfy the requirements,theFacultyreservestherighttorejecttheapplication.

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GUIDELINESONCREDITTRANSFER 1. Interpretation: CreditTransfer referstothetransferofcredithouralongwiththegradeobtainedforthe coursetakenbythestudentafterhe/shehasbeenacceptedforadmissionintoadegree programmeatthisUniversity. ThecoursethatisgivenofcredittransferwillbeincludedintheGPAandCGPAcalculation. However,inspecialsituations,studentsthatarepermittedtochangehis/herprogramme ofstudycanbeconsideredforcredittransfersubjecttotheconditionsofcredittransferas determinedbytheUniversityandtheFacultybeingsatisfied. ThecredittransferpolicyoftheUniversityisasstatedintheBukuPanduanUmumSistem SemesterandotherregulationsthataredeterminedbytheSenate. (1) Theconditionsforcredittransferareasfollows: (a) (b) Thecourseusedforapplicationofcreditexemptionmusthaveatleast75%of overlapincontentswiththecoursebeingofferedatFEA;and ThegradeorthegradepointobtainedforthecourseisnotlessthanCorgrade point2.0.

2. 3.

(2)

SubjecttotherecommendationoftheHeadofDepartment,theconditionasstated in paragraph 3 (1) being satisfied, credit transfer from other institution of higher learning(degreetodegree)ismoreopen.

4.

The application must be made using the form which can be obtained from the General Office,FEAandmustbesubmittedtotheFacultyonlyoncethroughoutthestudy,latestby thesecondFridayofthesemesterinwhichthestudentregistersfor. Theapplicationmustbeaccompaniedbythefollowingdocuments: (1) ProcessingfeeofRM5.00percredithour.Thefeeisnotrefundable; (2) Syllabusandmarkingsystemofthecourseusedforapplicationofcredittransfer;and (3) Onecopyoftherelatedcertificate/diploma/degree. If the information provided by the student is false or incomplete or does not satisfy the requirements,theFacultyreservestherighttorejecttheapplication.

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MARKINGSCHEME
Mark 80100 7579 7074 6569 6064 5559 5054 4549 4044 3539 <35 I K P S U R W W1 W2 UW Grade A A B+ B B C+ C C D+ D F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GradePoint Denotation Distinction Distinction Credit Credit Credit Pass Pass BorderlinePass
(Referparagraph2underRemarks)

4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7

2.3 2.0 1.7 1.3 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Fail

Incomplete Credit Progressive Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Registerforaudit Official Withdrawal from one or morecourse(s)inasemester OfficialWithdrawalfromasemester Official Withdrawal from the UniversityUnofficialWithdrawal


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BACHELORSDEGREECLASSIFICATIONUNDERTHESEMESTERSYSTEM
DegreeAwarded PassWithHonours PassWithHonours (WithDistinction)

CGPA:CumulativeGradePointAverage(Maximun=4.00)

CGPA 2.0<3.7 3.7andabove

Intake:Session2002/2003onwards The senate has decided a student who achieve a final CGPA of 3.7 and above is qualified for the degree Pass With Honours (WithDistinction)

Remarks: 1. The Marking Scheme as approved by the Senate is applicable to all Bachelors degree programmeme under the Semester System, University of Malaya except forthedegreeofBachelorofMedicineandBachelorofSurgeryandthedegreeof BachelorofDentalSurgery. 2. StudentscanapplytoredeemagradeC. 3. ThedegreeawardedisbasedinthefinalCGPAobtainedbyastudent.Toqualify fortheawardofanhonoursdegreeastudentmustachieveafinalCGPAofnot less than 2.0. The degree awarded with a final CGPA of 3.7 and above is consideredequivalentandqualifiedforPassHonours(WithDistinction).

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PROGRAMMESTRUCTURE

No 1. UniversityCourses 1. GXEX1401 2. GXEX1411 3. GXEX1412 4. GXEX1413 5. GXEX1414

Courses

InformationSkills EthnicRelation (ForLocalStudent) BasicEntrepreneurshipCulture IntroductiontoMalaysia


(ForInternationalStudent)

Credit Hours 18

Total CreditHours 18

2.

IslamicCivilisationandAsiaCivilisation TITAS(ForLocalStudent) 6. Cocuriculum 7. EnglishCommunicationCourse (6CH) (1)Level1: MUETBand1/IELTSBand12/TOEFL0343 GTEE1105CommunicationinEnglishI GTEE1205CommunicationinEnglishI MUETBand2/IELTSBand33.5/TOEFL347433 GTEE1107CommunicationinEnglishIII GTEE1207CommunicationinEnglishIV MUETBand3/IELTSBand4/TOEFL437510/TOEIC405 600/ELPISGradeC GTEE1109SpeakingSkillsinEnglish GTEE1110WritingSkillsinEnglish (2)Level2: MUETBand46/IELTSBand6/TOEFL 550/ALevelmin5/ ELPISGradeAorB GTEE1111PresentationSkillsattheworkplace GTEE1112IntroductiontoCriticalReadinginEnglish GTEE1113TechnicalWriting 8. EXEE2113 SociologyI FacultyCoreCourses GeneralBroadbaseCourses EPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublicAdministration EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancialManagement I EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw EXEE2112 ResearchMethodology I EconomicCoreCourses EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA EXEE2110 Microeconomics IIC EXEE3110 Microeconomics IIIC EXEE1104 MacroeconomicsIB EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID EXEE3111 MacroeconomicsIIID EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopment EGEE2103 MalaysianEconomy EXEE2107 CriticalThinkinginEconomics EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicsIssues EGEE3309 HistoryOfEconomicThought QuantitativeCourses ESEE1101/2 QuantitativeAnalysis A/B ESEE1105 Statistics IC EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematicalEconomics ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics ESEE2201 StatisticsII IndustrialTraining EXEE3190 IndustrialTraining

76 17 37 16 6 27 121 21

3.

ElectiveCourses Total

PassGredforallcourseisGradeCexceptforcoursethatassessforsatisfactory&unsatisfactory.

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Notes:

1.

Astudenthasanoptiontospecializeinoneoften(10)areas,ifhe/shefulfilsaminimumof seven(7)coursesfromaparticulartrackduringhis/hercourseofstudy.Thetracksare:
a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

Monetary&FinancialEconomics InternationalEconomics LabourEconomics ResourceandEnvironmentalEconomics EnterpriseDevelopment DevelopmentStudies PublicAdministration HumanResourceManagement PoliticalEconomy AppliedStatistics

2.

InternationalStudents2011/2012: Exempted from taking GXEX1414 TITAS (2CH) and GXEX141 (2CH) Ethnic Relation course,unlessotherwise. b. CompulsorytotakeEXEE1302PrinciplesofEconomicsandGXEX1413Introductionto Malaysiacourse. c. CompulsorytotakeGTEM1101ElementaryMalaycourseasaconvocationcondition. StudentsarerequiredtoattendprogrammesorganizedbytheFacultyfromtimetotime.
a.

3. 4.

Studentsmayrefertothefollowingsourcesforadditionalinformation: a. b. c. d. e. UniversityofMalaya(FirstDegreeStudies)Rules2010andUniversityofMalaya(First DegreeStudies)Regulations2010; GuidelinesforIndustrialTraining; GuidelinesforGraduationExercise; ModulPembangunanKemahiranInsaniah(SoftSkills)UntukInstitusiPengajianTinggi Malaysia(LatestEdition);and OccasionalnoticesfromtheFaculty.


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No 1. GXEX1401 2. GXEX1411 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. GXEX1412 GXEX1413 GXEX1414 CoCurriculum EnglishCommunicationCourse (1)Level1: GTEE1105 GTEE1205 GTEE1107 GTEE1207 GTEE1109 GTEE1110 (2)Level2: GTEE1111 GTEE1112 GTEE1113

LIST OF UNIVERSITY COURSES Code InformationSkills EthnicRelation


(ForLocalStudent)

Title

CH 1 2 2 2 2/E 2 6

BasicEntrepreneurshipCulture IntroductiontoMalaysia
(ForInternationalStudent)

IslamicCivilisationandAsianCivilisation TITAS(ForLocalStudent) CommunicationinEnglishI CommunicationinEnglishII CommunicationinEnglishIII CommunicationinEnglishIV SpeakingSkillsinEnglish WritingSkillsinEnglish PresentationSkillsattheWorkplace IntroductiontoCriticalReadinginEnglish TechnicalWriting

LIST OF FACULTY CORE COURSES No Code Title CHPage BroadbaseCourses 1. EPEE1102 IntroductiontoPoliticalScience 3 38 2. EPEE1103 IntroductiontoPublicAdministration 3 39 3. EXEE1106 IntroductiontoFinancialManagementI 4 40 4. EGEE2305 IntroductiontoLaw 3 41 42 5. EXEE2112 ResearchMethodologyI 4 6. EXEE2113 SociologyI 3 43 EconomicCoreCourses 44 1. EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA 3 2. EXEE2110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 45 3. EXEE3110 MicroeconomicsIIC 4 46 4. EXEE1104 MacroeconomicsIB 3 47 48 5. EXEE2111 MacroeconomicsIID 4 6. EXEE3111 MacroeconomicsIIID 4 49 7. EGEE2102 EconomicDevelopment 3 50 8. EGEE2103 MalaysiaEconomy 3 51 52 9. EXEE2107 CriticalEconomicsInEconomics 3 53 10. EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicsIssues 3 11 EGEE3309 HistoryOfEconomicsThought 3 54 55/56 1. ESEE1101/2 QuantitativeAnalysisA/B 3 2. ESEE1105 StatisticsIC 4 57 58 3. EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematicalEconomics 3 4. ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics 3 59 60 5. ESEE2201 StatisticsII 3 1. EXEE3190 IndustrialTrainingI 661
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LISTOFELECTIVECOURSES
No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. Code EEEE2102 EEEE2104 EEEE2307 EEEE2308 EEEE2314 EEEE2315 EEEE3101 EEEE3301 EEEE3303 EEEE3305 EEEE3306 EEEE3312 EEEE3314 EEEE3315 EGEE2104 EGEE2302 EGEE2303 EGEE2304 EGEE2306 EGEE3304 EGEE3306 EGEE3308 EGEE3312 EGEE3313 EGEE3314 EGEE3316 EGEE3317 EGEE3319 EGEE3320 EREE2102 EREE2310 EREE2312 EREE3104 EREE3105 EREE3106 EREE3107 EREE3301 EREE3302 EREE3304 EREE3308 EREE3309 EREE3310 EREE3311 EPEE2103 EPEE2104 EPEE2105 EPEE2201 EPEE2302 EPEE2303 EPEE2306 EPEE2310 EPEE3101 Title CHPage 62 TheoryofInternationalTrade 3 63 PublicFinance 3 64 BankingandFinancialLaw 3 65 IslamicBankingandFinance 3 66 MonetaryEconomicsI 3 67 EconomicsofRegionalIntegration 3 68 WelfareEconomics 3 69 ManagerialEconomics 3 70 EconomicsofInformation 3 71 HealthEconomics 3 72 InternationalFinance 3 73 FinancialEconomics 3 MonetaryEconomicsII 3 74 BankingIslamicandFinancialLaw 3 75 76 LabourEconomicsI 3 77 EnvironmentalEconomics 3 78 Demography 3 79 UrbanEconomics 3 80 MalaysianBusinessLaw 3 81 PopulationEconomicsandPolicies 3 82 WorldEconomicHistory 3 83 IndustrialEconomics 3 84 EnergyEconomics 3 85 EconomicsofFinancialMarket 3 86 EntrepreneurialEconomics 3 87 EconomicsofRegulation 3 88 LabourEconomicsII 3 89 EconomicsofEducation 3 90 InternationalMacroeconomics 3 91 SmallEntrepreneurshipDevelopment 3 92 GenderandDevelopment 3 93 MicrocreditandFinance 3 94 AnalysisofDevelopmentProjects 3 95 SustainableDevelopment 3 96 CooperativeDevelopment 3 97 AgriculturalDevelopment 3 98 LandEconomics 3 99 CurrentDevelopmentIssues 3 100 AgribusinessManagement 3 101 DevelopmentandBiotechnology 3 102 SociologyofDevelopment 3 103 CommunityDevelopment 3 104 GrowthandDistribution 3 105 PublicManagement:TheoryandPractice 3 106 ComparativePoliticsandGovernment 3 107 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia 3 108 Comparative Political Strategies for Economics and Business 3 Development 109 HumanResourceManagement 3 110 PoliticalTheoryandBehavior 3 111 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment 3 112 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration 3 114 FinancialAdministration 3
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No 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77.

Title IndustrialRelations OrganisationalBehaviour OccupationalSafetyandHealth ManagementSkillTechnique InternationalPolitics CommunicationinPoliticsandAdministration MetropolitanPlanning ProjectManagementandAnalysis PublicPolicy PublicEnterprisesandPrivatisation TotalQualityManagement CompensationandBenefit SurveyandSamplingMethods BusinessComputing ManagerialDecisionMaking DataAnalysis TimeSeriesAnalysis ExperimentalDesign EconometricAnalysis FinancialEconometrics DemographicTechniquesandApplications MathematicalStatistics ActuarialMathematics StatisticalComputing GraduationExercise LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER FACULTIES No Code Title 1. EXEE1302 PrinciplesofEconomics@
@ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor).

Code EPEE3111 EPEE3112 EPEE3114 EPEE3115 EPEE3301 EPEE3302 EPEE3305 EPEE3306 EPEE3308 EPEE3309 EPEE3313 EPEE3323 ESEE2101 ESEE2301 ESEE2302 ESEE2305 ESEE3103 ESEE3104 ESEE3105 ESEE3108 ESEE3301 ESEE3302 ESEE3305 ESEE3306 EXEE3185

CHPage 115 3 116 3 117 3 118 3 119 3 120 3 121 3 122 3 123 3 124 3 125 3 126 3 127 3 128 3 129 3 130 3 131 3 132 3 133 3 134 3 135 3 136 3 137 3 138 3 139 6

CHPage 3 140

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LISTOFTRACKSANDRELATEDELECTIVECOURSES
MONETARY&FINANCIALECONOMICS 1 EEEE2314 MonetaryEconomicsI 2 EEEE3314 MonetaryEconomicsII 3 EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics 4 EEEE2308 IslamicBankingandFinance 5 EEEE3306 InternationalFinance 6 EEEE2307 BankingandFinancialLaw 7 EGEE3313 EconomicsofFinancialMarkets 8 ESEE3108 FinancialEconometrics 9 ESEE3105 EconometricsAnalysis 10 ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis 11 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 12 EEEE3315 BankingIslamicandFinancialLaw INTERNATIONALECONOMICS 1 EEEE2102 TheoryofInternationalTrade 2 EEEE3306 InternationalFinance 3 EEEE2315 EconomicsofRegionalIntegration 4 EGEE3306 WorldEconomicHistory 5 EGEE3311 InternationalEconomicDevelopment 6 EGEE3320 InternationalMacroeconomics 7 EEEE3312 FinancialEconomics 8 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicDevelopment& Business 9 EEEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 10 EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation 11 NC InternationalEconomicLaw 12 NC EastAsiaEconomics LABOURECONOMICS 1 EGEE2104 LabourEconomicsI 2 EGEE3317 LabourEconomicsII 3 EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations 4 EGEE3304 PopulationEconomics&Policies 5 EGEE3319 EconomicsofEducation 6 EEEE3305 HealthEconomics 7 EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment 8 EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement 9 EGEE3308 IndustrialEconomics 10 ESEE3301 TechniqueandApplicationofDemography 11 EGEE2303 Demography 12 EEEE2104 PublicFinance 13 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics 14 EEEE3305 HealthEconomics 15 NC HouseholdEconomics
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RESOURCEANDENVIRONMENTALECONOMICS 1 EGEE2302 EnvironmentalEconomics 2 EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment 3 EREE3108 EnvironmentalPolicy:TheoryandPractice 4 EREE3301 LandEconomics 5 SHES1304** EnvironmentalScience 6 EREE3311 Growth&Distribution 7 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 8 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics 9 EEEE2302 EconomicsofIncomeDistribution 10 NC EnvironmentalRegulations 11 NC EnvironmentalRiskAnalysis ENTERPRISEDEVELOPMENT 1 EREE2312 MicrocreditandFinance 2 EREE2102 SmallEntrepreneurshipDevelopment 3 EREE3106 CooperativeDevelopment 4 EREE3104 AnalysisofDevelopmentProjects 5 EGEE3314 EntrepreneurialEconomics 6 EPEE3106 IndustrialRelations 7 EGEE2306 MalaysianBusinessLaw 8 EEEE3303 EconomicsofInformation 9 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment 10 EREE3304 AgribusinessManagement 11 EEEE3101 ManagerialEconomics 12 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation 13 NC ICTandRuralEnterprise 14 NC Tourism 15 NC HumanResourceDevelopment DEVELOPMENTSTUDIES 1 EREE3308 DevelopmentandBiotechnology 2 EREE3107 AgriculturalDevelopment 3 EGEE2101 EconomicsofPlanning 4 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment 5 EGEE2302 ResourceandEnvironment 6 EREE3310 CommunityDevelopment 7 EPEE2310 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration 8 EEEE3101 WelfareEconomics 9 EGEE3311 InternationalEconomicDevelopment 10 EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment 11 EREE3302 CurrentDevelopmentIssues 12 EREE3311 GrowthandDistribution 13 EGEE2304 UrbanEconomics 14 EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment 15 EREE3301 LandEconomics
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PUBLICADMINISTRATION 1 EPEE3308 PublicPolicy 2 EPEE2103 PublicManagement:Theory&Practice 3 EPEE2105 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia 4 EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration 5 EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment 6 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicandBusiness Development 7 EPEE3305 MetropolitanPlanning 8 EPEE3309 PublicEnterpriseandPrivatization 9 EPEE3306 Management&ProjectAnalysis 10 EEEE2104 PublicFinance 11 NC ConstitutionsandAdministrativeLaw 12 NC PublicSectorManagement 13 NC TechnologyinPublicAdministration 14 NC StrategicManagement HUMANRESOURCEMANAGEMENT 1 EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement 2 EPEE3112 OrganizationalBehaviour 3 EPEE3313 TotalQualityManagement 4 EPEE3111 IndustrialRelations 5 EPEE3114 OccupationalSafetyandHealth 6 EPEE3323 CompensationandBenefit 7 EPEE3115 ManagementSkillsTechniques 8 EPEE2103 PublicManagement:TheoryandPractice 9 ESEE2302 ManagerialDecisionMaking 10 NC StrategicManagement 11 NC ProductivityandPerformanceManagement 12 NC PublicSectorManagement POLITICALECONOMY 1 EPEE2303 PoliticalTheoryandBehaviour 2 EREE2306 PoliticalEconomyofDevelopment 3 EPEE2104 ComparativePoliticsandGovernment 4 EPEE3301 InternationalPolitics 5 EPEE3302 CommunicationinPoliticsandAdministration 6 EPEE2310 Ethnicity,DevelopmentandNationalIntegration 7 EPEE2105 StructureandPoliticalProcessinMalaysia 8 EPEE2201 ComparativePoliticalStrategiesforEconomicandBusiness Development 9 EEEE2104 PublicFinance 10 EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrbanDevelopment 11 EREE3309 SociologyofDevelopment 12 EPEE3309 PublicEnterpriseandPrivatization 13 EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration 14 EGEE3316 EconomicsofRegulation

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APPLIEDSTATISTICS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ESEE2101 ESEE2301 ESEE2302 ESEE2305 ESEE3103 ESEE3104 ESEE3105 ESEE3108 ESEE3301 ESEE3302 ESEE3305 ESEE3306 NC NC NC NC NC SurveyandSamplingMethods BusinessComputing ManagerialDecisionMaking DataAnalysis TimeSeriesAnalysis ExperimentalDesign EconometricAnalysis FinancialEconometrics DemographyTechniquesandApplications MathematicalStatistics ActuarialMathematics StatisticalComputing AdvancedDataAnalysis SamplingDesign AnalyzingInformationinDatabases ActuarialStatistics MarketingResearch

Note: NC: Newcoursethatisnotoffered ** CoursesofferedinBiologyScienceInstitute(ISB)

Note: 1. Forgraduation,thetotalofcredithoursforelectivecoursesare27creditwherebystudents canchoosethecombinationtotakeatleast7coursesandGraduationExerciseor9courses. 2. Students are considered as majoring in a particular track if he/she takes at least 7 courses listedunderthetrack. 3. ThetrackwillbedeterminedbytheFacultybeforegraduationbasedonthecombinationof coursestaken. 4. In circumstances where courses are listed but not offered, the Faculty will identify other relevantcoursestobeincludedunderthatparticulartrack.

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PROPOSEDSTUDYSTRUCTURE ACADEMICSESSION2011/2012
Level
FirstYear

SemesterI
UniversityCourse: 1.GXEX1401InformationSkills 2.GXEX1411EthnicRelations/ GXEX1414TITAS/GXEX1413 IntroductionToMalaysia 3.EnglishCourses CompulsoryCourse: 1.EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA/ EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB 2.ESEE1101/1102QuantitativeAnalysisA/B 3.EGEE2305IntroductionToLaw 4.EPEE1102IntroductiontoPoliticalScience/ EPEE1103IntroductiontoPublic Administration 1 K/2 3 3 3 3 3 18

SemesterII
University Course: 1.GXEX1410TITAS/GXEX1411Ethnic Relations/GXEX1413IntroductionTo Malaysia 2.EnglishCommunicationCourse CompulsoryCourse: 1.EXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB/ EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA 2.ESEE1103StatisticsIA/ ESEE1105StatisticsIC 3.EXEE1106IntroductiontoFinancial ManagementI 4.EPEE1102IntroductiontoPoliticalScience/ EPEE1103IntroductiontoPublic Administration K/2 3 3 3 4 4 3 19 2 4 3 3 3/4 3 3 22/21

Level
Second Year

SemesterIII
UniversityCourse: 1.CoCuriculum/GXEX1412Basicof EntrepreneurshipCulture 2.EXEE2113SociologyI CompulsoryCourse: 1.EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIIC/ EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID 2.ESEE2201StatisticII 3.EEEE2101IntroductionToMathematical Economics/EXEE2112Research MetodologyI 4.EGEE2103MalaysianEconomy/EGEE2102 DevelopmentEconomics 2 3 4 3 3/4 3 18/19

SemesterIV
UniversityCourse: 1.GXEX1412BasicofEntrepreneurship Culture/Cocuriculum CompulsoryCourse: 1.EXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID/ EXEE2110MicroeconomicsIIC 2.ESEE2102BasicEconometrics 3.EXEEE2108InternationalEconomicsIssues 4.EXEE2112Research MetodologyI/EEEE2101IntroductionTo MathematicalEconomics 5.EGEE2102DevelopmentEconomics/ EGEE2103MalaysianEconomy ElectiveCourse: One(1)coursetobechosenfromtheElective List

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Level
FinalYear

SemesterV
CompulsoryCourse/ElectiveCourse: 1.EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIIC/ EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIID 2.EXEE2107CriticalThinkinginEconomics ElectiveCourse: 3.Four(4)coursestobechosen fromElectiveList 4 3 3 3 3 3 19

SemesterVI
CompulsoryCourse/ElectiveCourse: 1.EXEE3111MacroeconomicsIIID/ EXEE3110MicroeconomicsIIIC 2.EGEE3309DevelopmentinEconomic Thinking ElectiveCourse: 3.Four(4)coursestobechosen fromElectiveList 4 3 3 3 3 3 19

SemesterVII
IndustrialTrainingI6

Note: 1. Anewstudentislimitedtotakenomorethan18credithoursinthefirstsemesterofaprogramme ofstudy. 2. GenerallythemaximumnumberofcredithoursallowedinaNormalSemesteris20credithoursand foraSpecialSemesteris9credithours. 3. TheminimumnumberofcredithoursastudentisallowedtotakeinnormalSemesteris12credit hoursbutnotallowedtoregisterlessthan6credithoursunlessitisforthesemesterfollowingthe minimum duration of the programme of study or for the purpose of fulfilling graduation requirements.Registrationlessthan12credithourstheapprovaloftheDeanoftheFacultyofthe programmeofstudymustbeobtained.

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LISTOFTHEFACULTYOFFEREDCOURSES SEMESTERI,SESSION2011/2012

FACULTYCORECOURSES
Courses NameofCourses Code BroadbaseCourses IntroductiontoPoliticalScience EPEE1102 EPEE1103 EXEE1106 EGEE2305 EXEE2112 EXEE2113 IntroductiontoPublic Administration IntroductiontoFinancial ManagementI IntroductiontoLaw ResearchMethodologyI SociologyI Credit Hours 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 Lecturers Exam Duration 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 1hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours

+Dr.NgeowChowBing NawiAbdullah AnurddinAbdulGhani PutriRozitaTahir* Lecturerswillbeidentified Dr.LeeHwokAun Mr.MohamadYusoffSanusi Dr.SuriaBaba* Assoc.Prof.Dr.Radiahbt.AbdulKader Dr.LokeWaiHeng ChongChinSieng Dr.AbulQuasemAlAmin SaadMohd.Said Dr.ZarinahYusof Dr.Santhaa/pChenayah@Ramu MelurNatasyaSaufi* AzmahOthman Dr.YongSookLu Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamalaPaul Devadason Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan Dr.RozaHazlibt.Zakaria Dr.NgSorTho MuzalwanaAbdTalib NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar Dr.LauWeeYeap Assoc.Prof.Dr.RohanaJani Dr.YewSiewYong

EconomicCoreCourses EXEE1103 MicroeconomicsIA EXEE2110 EXEE3103 EXEE1104 EXEE2111 EXEE3104 EGEE2102 EGEE2103 EXEE2107 MicroeconomicsIIC MicroeconomicsIIIA MacroekonomiIB MacroeconomicsIID MacroeconomicsIIIB EconomicDevelopment MalaysianEconomy CriticalThinkinginEconomics

EXEE2108 InternationalEconomicIssues EGEE3309 HistoryofEconomicThought QuantitativeCourses ESEE1101 QuantitativeAnalysisA ESEE1102 QuantitativeAnalysisB ESEE1105 Statistik1C ESEE2102 BasicEconometrics ESEE2201 StatisticsII EEEE2101 IntroductiontoMathematical Economics

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ELECTIVECOURSES

Courses Code EEEE2102 EEEE2104 EEEE2314 EEEE3101 EEEE3301 EEEE3303 EEEE3306 EGEE2104 EGEE2304 EGEE3308 EGEE3312 EGEE3316 EPEE2103 NameofCourses TheoryofInternationalTrade PublicFinancial MonetaryEconomicsI WelfareEconomics ManagerialEconomics EconomicsofInformation InternationalFinance LabourEconomicsI Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 Lecturers NorHasniahKasim bdulKadirMatYazif ProfessorDr.TanEuChye Assoc.Prof.Dr.MarioArturoRuizEstrada RahmanIbrahim Assoc.Prof.Dr.YapSuFei NorHasniahKassim Assoc.Prof.Fatimahbt.Said NorHasniahbt.Kasim Assoc.Prof.FatimahSaid Hjh.FatimahSaid Dr.YongChenChen RahmanbinIbrahim Dr.NgeowChowBing Dr.BehLooSee Dr.MakmorTumin LecturetobeIdentified Prof.Dr.EdmundTerenceGomez NawiAbdullah Assoc.Prof.Dr.SabithaMarican Dr.KuppusamySingaravelloo Dr.RajaNorizaRajaAriffin Assoc.Prof.DatukDr.Sharifuddin Zainuddin SharifahMuhairahShahabudin* MuhamadRidzwanMohamadDaud Dr.JebamalaiVinanchiarachi AzmahOthman MohamadYusoffSanusi MohamadYusoffSanusi MelurNatasyaSaufi* Assoc.Prof.TeyNaiPeng Dr.LauWeeYeap Prof.Dr.IdrisJajri Exam Duration 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 1hours 2hours 1hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours

UrbanEconomics IndustrialEconomics EnergyEconomics EconomicsOfRugulation PublicSectorManagement: TheoryAndPractice EPEE2302 HumanResourceManagement EPEE2303 TheoryandPoliticalBehavior EPEE2306 LocalGovernmentandUrban Development EPEE2310 Ethnicity,Developmentand NationalIntegration EPEE3101 FinancialAdministration EPEE3112 OrganizationalBehaviour EPEE3114 OccupationalSafetyandHealth EPEE3305 MetropolitanPlanning EPEE3306 ManagementandAnalysis Project EREE2310 GenderandDevelopment EREE2312 MicrocreditandFinance EREE3105 SustainableDevelopment EREE3106 CooperativeDevelopment EREE3107 AgriculturalDevelopment EREE3304 AgribusinessManagement EREE3309 DevelopmentSociology ESEE2101 SurveyandSamplingMethods ESEE3103 TimeSeriesAnalysis ESEE3105 EconometricAnalysis GraduationExercise EXEE3185 GraduationExercise

ELECTIVECOURSESOFFEREDTOOTHERFACULTIES(KELF)
Courses Code EXEE1302

NameofCourses PrinciplesofEconomics*

Credit Lecturers Hours 3 AbdulKadirbinMatYazif

Exam Duration 2hours

@ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor) *ParttimeLecturer #TemporaryTutor +ICSLecturer

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LISTOFTHEFACULTYOFFEREDCOURSES SEMESTERII,SESSION2011/2012

FACULTYCORECOURSES
Courses Code EPEE1102 EPEE1103 EXEE1106 EGEE2305 EXEE2112 EXEE2113 EXEE1103 EXEE2110 EXEE3103 EXEE1104 EXEE2111 EXEE3104 EGEE2102 EGEE2103 EXEE2107 EXEE2108 EGEE3309 Credit Lecturers Hours BroadbaseCourses IntroductiontoPoliticalScience 3 MuhammadAsriMohdAli NameofCourses IntroductiontoPublic Administration IntroductiontoFinancial ManagementI IntroductiontoLaw ResearchMethodologyI SociologyI MicroeconomicsIA MicroeconomicsIIC MicroeconomicsIIIA MacroeconomicsIB MacroeconomicsIID MacroeconomicsIIIB EconomicDevelopment 3 4 3 4 3 NawiAbdullah *AnurddinAbdulGhani *PutriRozitaTahir Hanirabt.Hanafi Dr.LeeHwokAun MohamadYusoffSanusi *Dr.SuriaBaba Exam Duration 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2haours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 1hours 2hours 2hours

EconomicCoreCourses 3 RahmanbinIbrahim 4 Dr.YongSookLu Dr.NurulhudaMohdSatar 3 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.EvelynShyamalaA/PPaul Devadason 4 Dr.YewSiewYong 3 3

ESEE1101 ESEE1102 ESEE1105 ESEE2102 ESEE2201 EEEE2101

Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan AzmahOthman *MelurNatasyabt.Saufi MalaysianEconomics 3 Dr.YongChenChen CriticalThinkinginEconomics 3 Dr.RozaHazlibt.Zakaria InternationalEconomicsIssues 3 Hasniahbt.Kasim HistoryofEconomicThought 3 Dr.Zarinahbt.Yusof QuantitativeCourses QuantitativeAnalysisA 3 NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar QuantitativeAnalysisB 3 MuzalwanaAbdTalib StatisticsIC 4 AhmadFaridOsman MuzalwanaAbdTalib BasicEconometrics 3 Prof.Dr.IdrisJajri Dr.LauWeeYeap StatisticsII 3 TanPeiPei IntroductiontoMathematical 3 AssocProf.Dr.KwekKianTeng Economics

2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours

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ELECTIVECOURSES

Courses Code EEEE2307 EEEE2308 EEEE2315 EEEE3312 EEEE3314 EEEE3315 EGEE2302 EGEE2303 EGEE2306 EGEE3304 EGEE3313 EGEE3314 EGEE3316 EGEE3317 EGEE3319 EGEE3320 EREE2102 EREE3302 EREE3308 EREE3310 EREE3311 EPEE2105 EPEE2201 NameofCourses BankingandFinancialLaw IslamicBankingandFinance EconomicsofRegional Integration FinancialEconomics MonetaryEconomyII IslamicBankingAndFinanceLaw ResourceandEnvironmental Economics Demography MalaysianBusinessLaw EconomicsofPopulationand Policies EconomicsofFinancialMarket EntrepreneurialEconomics EconomicsofRegulation LabourEconomicsII EconomicsofEducation InternationalMacroeconomics SmallEntrepreneurship Development CurrentDevelopmentIssues DevelopmentandBiotechnology ComunityDevelopment GrowthandDistribution MalaysiasPoliticalStructure andProcess ComparativePoliticaland DevelopmentStrategiesFor BusinessandEconomic Development IndustrialRelations ManagementSkillTechnique InternationalPolitics CommunicationinPoliticsand Administration PublicPolicy PublicEnterprisesand Privatisation TotalQualityManagement CompensationandBenefits BusinessComputing ManagerialDecisionMaking DataAnalysis FinancialEconometrics Techniques and Applications of Demography ActuarialMathematics StatisticalComputing Credit Lecturers Hours 3 Dr.AbulQuasemAlAmin 3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.Radiahbt.Abdul Kader 3 Dr.LokeWaiHeng 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Dr.ChanSokGhee Prof.Dr.TanEuChye Lecturertobeidentified Dr.Santhaa/pChenayah@Ramu Lecturertobeidentified Hanirabt.Hanafi Lecturertobeidentified SaadMohdSaid *PutriRozitaTahir RahmanbinIbrahim Hjh.Fatimahbt.Said Assoc.Prof.Dr.MarioArturoRuizEstrada AbdulKadirbinMatYazif Dr.MohamedAslambinGulamHassan MuhamadRidzwanMohamadDaud Dr.LeeHwokAun MohamadYusoffSanusi MohamadYusoffSanusi Azmahbt.Othman MuhammadAsriBinMohdAli Prof.Dr.EdmundTerenceGomez Exam Duration 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours

EPEE3111 EPEE3115 EPEE3301 EPEE3302 EPEE3308 EPEE3309 EPEE3313 EPEE3323 ESEE2301 ESEE2302 ESEE2305 ESEE3108 ESEE3301 ESEE3305 ESEE3306

3 3 3 3

Lecturertobeidentified NawiAbdullah Dr.NgeowChowBing Dr.BehLooSee Assoc.Prof.Dr.SabithaMarican Dr.KuppusamySingaravelloo Assoc.Prof.Datuk Dr.Sharifuddin Zainuddin Dr.HjAliBoerhannoeddin Lecturertobeidentified Assoc.Prof.Dr.SusilaMunisamy@ Doraisamy Assoc. Prof.Dr.RohanaJani Dr.LauWeeYeap Assoc.Prof.TeyNaiPeng NoorIsmawatiMohdJaafar Lecturertobeidentified

2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 1hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours 2hours

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Courses Code EXEE1302

NameofCourses PrinciplesofEconomics

Credit Lecturers Hours 3 AbdulKadirbinMatYazif SaadbinMohdSaid

Exam Duration 2hours

@ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor)

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SOFTSKILLS
Beginning Semester II, Session 2006/2007, undergraduates at the University of Malaya will be evaluated for soft skills. These soft skills are embedded in the courses offered. The aim of introducing soft skills is to develop a more physically and mentally balanced individual. These soft skills are fundamental in preparing students to compete in the job market that is growing more intense, and to face challenges of the real world. There are seven soft skills being evaluated,namely: 1. CommunicationSkills,(CS) 2. CriticalThinkingandProblemSolvingSkills,(CT) 3. TeamSkills,(TS) 4. LifelongLearningandInformationManagement,(LL) 5. EntrepreneurialSkills,(KK) 6. EthicsandProfessionalValues,(EM)and 7. LeadershipSkills(LS). Certificateswillbeissuedtostudentswhohaveachievedasatisfactorylevelofsoftskills.Those whodonotattaintheexpectedlevelwillberequiredtoundergoasoftskillscourse.Acertificate willbeissuedtostudentsattheendofthecourse. THEACADEMICADVISORSYSTEM FunctionofanAcademicAdvisor AstudentisprovidedwithanAcademicAdvisorwhoisalecturerinthestudentsfieldofstudy whoseroleistoguidethestudentinplanninghisprogrammeofstudyby: (1) helping the student choose courses and credit hours the student will take before commencementofthesemester;and (2)providingguidancetothestudentinovercomingproblemsrelatedtolearning,ifany,based onhisacademicperformanceatmidsemesterandtheendofeachsemester. MeetingswiththeAcademicAdvisor AstudentisrequiredtomeetwiththeAcademicAdvisoratleastonceeverysemester.

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FACULTYCORE BROADBASECOURSES INTRODUCTIONTOPOLITICALSCIENCE EPEE1102 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTRODUCTIONTOPOLITICALSCIENCE None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain the key concepts of politics such as power, state, society, and government; 2. differentiate political systems such as democracy, authoritarian, and totalitarian;and 3. debatepoliticalissuescriticallythroughwrittenandspokenmedium. This course contains five parts, mainly: the political concepts, political institutions, political participation, political ideology and international politics. 1. Garner, R., Ferdinan, P. and Lawson S., (2009). Introduction to Politics. OxfordUniversityPress;KualaLumpur. 2. AbdulRashidMoten&SyedSerajulIslam(2006).IntroductiontoPolitical Scence.Singapore:ThompsonAsiaPte.Ltd. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1 TS1 LL1,LL2 EM1 LS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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INTRODUCTIONTOPUBLICADMINISTRATION EPEE1103 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTRODUCTIONTOPUBLICADMINISTRATION None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. appraisetheroleofpublicadministrationindevelopment; 2. applytheconceptspertainingtopublicadministration;and 3. evaluatecriticallytheissuesandtrends inpublicadministrationandits rolesandfunctionsinthepoliticalsystem. This course encompasses main themes in the discipline of public administration. They include state and society, public administration and politics,bureaucracyandpublicmanagement,changesandreformsinpublic administration. 1. Abdullah Sanusi Ahmad, Norma Mansor and Abdul Kuddus Ahmad. (2003). The Malaysian Bureaucracy: Four Decades of Development, PearsonPrenticeHall,KualaLumpur. 2. Starling, Grover. (1998). Managing The Public Sector, Arcout Brace CollegePublisher,ForthWorth. 3. ShafritzJayM.&HydeAlbert.(1997).ClassicsofPublicAdministrations, HarcoutBraceCollegePublisher,ForthWorth. 4. AbdullahSanusiAhmad.(1994). Perkembangan PentadbiranAwam dan Pengurusan:KoleksiCeramahUmum,DewanBahasadanPustaka,Kuala Lumpur. 5. CS1,CS2,CS3 TS1 LL1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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INTRODUCTIONTOFINANCIALMANAGEMENTI EXEE1106 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTRODUCTIONTOFINANCIALMANAGEMENTI None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1.identifybasicprinciplesandapproachesoffinancialmanagement; 2.comprehendtherolesandfunctionsoffinancialmanagers;and 3.usebasicfinancialmanagementtoolsinpractice. This course provides the students with basic principles and approaches of financialmanagementinabusinessentity.Itencompassesbasicaccounting, financialconceptsaswellasshortandlongterminvestmentandfinancing. 1. NorhayahZulkifli&Mohd.SarifIbrahim(2000),PerakaunanKewangan: PrinsipdanAmalan,edisikedua.KualaLumpur:ArifiResource. 2. Khalid Ismail & Mahadzir Hamid, (2005), Perakaunan Awalan, edisi kedua.PetalingJaya:PearsonPrenticeHall. 3. Faudziah Zainal Abidin, Nasruddin Zainudin, Faizah Ismail dan Nurwati AshikinAhmadZaluki(2005),PengurusanKewangan:TeoridanAplikasi. PetalingJaya:PearsonPrenticeHall. 4. Brigham, Eugene F,. Houston, Joel F. (2004) Fundamentals Of Financial Management,10thedition.Ohio:Thomson. 5. Block, Stanley.B. Hirt, Geoffrey A. (2002), Foundations of Financial Management,10thedition.Boston:McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3 EM1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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INTRODUCTIONTOLAW EGEE2305 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTRODUCTIONTOLAW None Attheendofthecourse,the studentsareableto: 1. explainthetypesandsourcesofMalaysianLaw; 2. eleboratetheconceptsandbasictheoriesoflaw; 3. identifytheimportantissuesinthelegalsystem; 4. analysethoseissueswiththerelevanttheoriesoflaw;and 5. suggestanyrelevantpolicyanddemonstrategoodcommunicationskills. Thiscourseintendstoexposestudentstothebasicconceptsinlaw.These include the development and sources of the Malaysian law. The influence from the English law and its application to Malaysian law can be seen throughtheMalaysianlegalhistoryuntiltoday.Thiscoursealsocoversthe applicationofIslamiclawinMalaysia accordingtoFederalConstitutionwill alsobecovered.Inthetopicontheadministrationofjustice,studentswillbe exposed to the hierarchy of courts in Malaysia and their respective jurisdictionseitherincriminalorcivillaw.AshortdiscussionoftheAttorney Generalandbodieswithspecializedjurisdictionwillendthecourse. 1. A. Bradney, F. Cownie, J. Masson, A.Neal, D.Newell, How to Study Law, 3rdEd.,SweetMaxwell,London,(1995). 2. Ahmad Ibrahim and Ahilemah Joned, The Malaysian Legal System, DewanBahasadanPustaka(1995). 3. Barker,David&Padfield,Colin,Law,London,(1992). 4. GranvilleWilliams,LearningTheLaw,11thEd.,London,StevenandSons (1982). 5. Wu Min Aun, The Malaysian Legal System, 2nd Ed., Longman Malaysian SdnBhd,(1999). 6. RelevantStatutes CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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RESEARCHMETHODOLOGYI EXEE2112 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes RESEARCHMETHODOLOGYI ESEE1105Statistics1C Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.explaintheconceptandresearchmethods; 2.identifyresearchproblemsandobjectives; 3.applyrelevantresearchmethodstosolveresearchproblems; 4.analyseinformationordatainlinewithresearchobjectives;and 5.prepareresearchproposalandpaper. Thiscourseexposesandtrainstudentsinconductingscientificresearch.The contentofthiscourseincludesresearchconcepts,issuesandapproachesfor addressingresearchproblems.Theemphasisisgivenonresearchproblems, the role of theory in research, and the methods of data collection and analyses. The students also are trained in the preparation of research proposalandpaperandareexposedwithstatisticalprogrammesinresearch. 1. Saunders,M.,Lewis,P.,Thornhill,A.,(2007).ResearchMethodsfor BusinessStudents,4thed.GreatBritain:PearsonEducationLtd. 2. Babbie,E.,(2001).ThePracticeofSocialResearch,9th.Belmont:USA. 3. SSalkind,N.J.(2006).ExploringResearch,6thedition.NewJersey: PearsonEducationInternational. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 KK1 EM1,EM2,EM3 LS1,LS2 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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SOCIOLOGY EXEE2113 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes SOCIOLOGYI None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.explainthebasicconceptsofsociologicalstudies; 2.relatetheseconceptstoeconomicstudies;and 3.applythebasicconceptstothemselvesandtheirrespectiverolesinthe community. This course is an introduction to sociology. Topics covered include social theories,socialorganizationskinshipandfamily,cultureandreligion,social stratification class, gender,race and ethnicity andcollectivebehavior and socialchange. 1. Tischler,HenryL.(2002).Introductionto Sociology7th Edition.The HartcourtPress. 2. Macionis,JohnJ,andLindaGerber.(2002).Sociology.Ontario:Prentice Hall. 3. RodneyStark.(2004).Sociology,9thEdition.Belmont,CA: Wardsworth/ThomsonLearning. 4. Kendall,Diana(2010).Sociologyinourtimes:TheEssentialsWadsworth. Australia CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 TS1,TS2,TS3 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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FACULTYCORE ECONOMICCORECOURSES MICROECONOMICSIA EXEE1103 3Credit/ 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MICROECONOMICSIA None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. basiceconomicproblem; 2. explainprinciplesandofmicroeconomics;and 3. applymicroeconomictheoryinmakingdecisionsinthemarket. The course discusses topics on basic economic problems, principles of economics, demand and supply, market equilibrium, elasticities of demand and supply, consumer and producer surplus, government policies, cost of production, perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition 1. MankiwN.G(2004),Principles ofEconomics.(3rd Ed.),Thomson Learning. 2. AbdulKadir&AzharHarun(2003),Mikroekonomi.ThomsonLearning. 3. McEachernWilliamA.(2003).Microeconomics:AContemporary Introduction.(6thEd.),ThomsonLearning. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MICROECONOMICSIIC EXEE2110 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MICROECONOMICSIIC PassesEXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. elaboratethetheoryofconsumerbehaviourandtheproductiontheory; 2. analyzeconsumerpreferencestowardsrisk; 3. identifyprofitmaximizationconditionsintheshortrunandlongrun;and 4. evaluatethegainsandlossesfromgovernmentpolicies. The course will discuss the topics that related to consumer behaviour, individualandmarketdemands,riskanduncertainty,productiontheoryand productioncosts.Thecoursewillalsodiscussonhowthefirmmaximizesthe profits.Atlast,thecoursewillexplainthecompetitivemarketanalysis. 1. Pindyck,RobertS,andRubinfeld,DanielL.(2001).Microeconomics.(5th ed.)NewJersey:PrenticeHall. 2. Walter Nicholson. (2004). Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Applications.(9thed.)NewYork:Thomson. 3. Katz, Michael L. Rosen and Harvey S (1999). Microeconomics. (7th ed.) NewYork:McGrawHill. 4. Frank, Robert H. (1999). Microeconomics and Behavior. (4th ed.) New York:McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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MICROECONOMICSIIIC EXEE3110 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MICROECONOMICSIIIC PassesEXEE2110MicroekonomiIIC Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. analyzemodelsofmonopolyandoligopolyusinggametheory; 2. interprettopicsonpricingininputmarkets,generalequilibriumanalysis, marketfailuresandpoliticaleconomics;and 3. applyarangeofsimplemathematicaltechniquesofeconomicanalysisin problemsolving. Market structures and their welfare implications; game theory; pricing in input markets; general equilibrium and welfare economics; externalities; publicgoodsandpoliticaleconomics. 1. Nicholson,W.(2005),MicroeconomicTheory,(9thed).,ThomsonSouth Western. 2. Katz,MichaelL.andRosen,HarveyS.(1998),Microeconomics,(3rded)., McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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MACROECONOMICSIB EXEE1104 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MACROECONOMICSIB None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identifymacroeconomicsissuesandproblems; 2. explaintheclassicalmacroeconomicstheory; 3. elaborate the Keynesian macroeconomics theory and economic activity determinations; 4. analysisthetheoryofISLMandADAS;and 5. assess the effectiveness of macroeconomics policy in closed and open economy. This course is divided in two parts. Part one discuss the issues and macroeconomic problems, national income concepts and accounting and incomedeterminationmodelinclosedandopenedeconomy. ParttwodiscussthederivationoftheISLMcurve,aggregatedemandand aggregate supply curve, equilibrium in open economy and effectiveness of fiscalandmonetarypolicyintheeconomy. 1. Richard T. Froyen (2002), Macroeconomics: Theories and Policies, (7th ed.),PrenticeHall.(RTF). 2. ParkinM.&BadeR.(1988),ModernMacroeconomics,(2ndEd.),Prentice Hall.(PB). CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MACROECONOMICSIID EXEE2111 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MACROECONOMICSIID PassEXEE1104MacroeconomicsIB Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explain the determination of economic activity by applying theories from themacroeconomicsmodeldiscussed; 2. elaborate the major differences among the theories used in the models discussed; 3. identify current economic problems (inflation, unemployment, sluggish aggregate demand and others) utilizing the explanation given by the theoriesfromthemacroeconomicsmodelexamined; 4. discussthepolicyimplicationofthetheories; 5. relate the recent and world economic experiences by applying the macroeconomicstheoriesdiscussed. Discussing the macroeconomics model of Classical, Keynesian, Monetarist, New ClassicalandNew Keynesian. Focus is giventothedifferencesin views among the economists. Also discusses are modern consumption theories of the Life Cycle Theory and Permanent Income Theory, fixed business investment, residential investment and inventory investment. The Keynes money demand theory is extended via the inventory theory of transaction moneydemand,precautionarymoneydemandtheoryandmoneydemandas behaviourtowardsrisk.Choicesofmonetarypolicytargetingarediscussedin theanalysisofmoneysupply. 1. RichardT.Froyen(1996,2002,2005&2009),Macroeconomics:Theories andPolicies. 2. Dornbush,R.andFischer,S.(1994&2004),Macroeconomics. 3. Sloman,J.(2003),Economics. 4. Parkin,M.(2005),Macroeconomics. 5. Abel,A.B.andBernankeB.S.(2005),Macroeconomics. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MACROECONOMICSIIID EXEE3111 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MACROECONOMICSIIID

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PassEXEE2111MacroeconomicsIID Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. identifyrelevantmacroeconomicissueswhicharesignificanttothe Malaysianeconomy; 2. elaboratemacroeconomicissuesusingappropriatemacroeconomic theories; 3. discussandrecommendappropriateeconomicpolicies;and 4. analyzebusinesscyclesusingmacroeconomictheories. This course will discuss various topics which include the Exchange Rate theory, asset market, capital movement based on UIRP and CIP; Portfolio Balance Model; economic growth theory, business cycles and policy formulationsformainmacroeconomicproblem 1. Jones,Charles(2006).IntroductiontoEconomicGrowth,(2ndEd.). 2. StephenWillamson,(2005).Macroeconomics,(2ndEd.). 3. RobertJGordon2006.Macroeconomics,10thEdition. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT

EGEE2102 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1. describeeconomicgrowthanddevelopmentconcepts; 2. interpretdevelopmenttheoriesandprocesses;and 3. assessacountrysdevelopmentpolicy,problemsandpractices. This course looks into issues in economic development from the point of theories, policies and practices. Starting from observing the growth and development theories, ways to measure the process of growth and development, this course then examines economic changes, development and challenges faced by less developed countries. The major development policies, practices and its effects will be analysed with reference to the experienceofdevelopedcountries. 1. Dowling, J.M and Valenzuela, M.R. (2004). Economic Development in Asia.Singapore:ThomsonLearning. 2. Todaro, Micheal. (2000). Economic Development. (9th ed.) Essex: AddisonWesley. 3.Thirwall,A.P.(1994).GrowthAndDevelopment.London:Macmillan. 4.Gillis,Malcom,etal.(1996).EconomicsofDevelopment.Norton. 5. Meier, Gerald, M and Joseph Stiglitz. (2001). Frontiers in Development Economics:TheFutureInPerspective.WorldBankandOxfordUniversity Press. CS1,CS2,CS3 TS1,TS2, LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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MALAYSIANECONOMY EGEE2103 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MALAYSIANECONOMY None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. elaboratepolicies,issues,achievementsandimplicationsforthe Malaysianeconomy; 2. analyzecriticallycurrentissuesofMalaysianeconomy;and 3. relatetheorytorealworldproblemswithreferencetoMalaysian economy. The course focuses on issues which relate to the Malaysian economy. Discussion focuses on economic aspects of microeconomic and macroeconomicissues.Bothinternalandexternalfactorsthatinfluencethe economywillalsobeexamined. 1. Malaysia, Development Plans 19. Kuala Lumpur: Kerajaan Malaysia, variousyears. 2. BNM,AnnualReportvariousyears.KualaLumpur:BNM. 3. MOF,EconomicReport,variousyears.Putrajaya:MinistryofFinance 4. Malaysia,OutlinePerspectivePlan,KualaLumpur,Malaysia. 5. Malaysia,Vision2020,KualaLumpur. 6. Poon,W.C.,(2008),MalaysianEconomy.Pearson/Prentice 7. Neac,NewEconomicModelforMalaysia,NationalEconomicAdvisory Council. 8. Malaysia,GovernmentTransformationProgramme,PrimeMinisters Department. 9. 10thMalaysiaPlan,20112015,EconomicPlanningUnit,Malaysia. 10. GovernmentTransformationprogrammeAnnualReport2010,Prime MinisterOffice,Malaysia.

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CS1,CS2,CS3, CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LS1,LS2 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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CRITICALTHINKINGINECONOMICS EXEE2107 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes CRITICALTHINKINGINECONOMICS Student2ndyearandabove. Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. elaboratebasicconceptsandprinciplesincriticalthinking; 2. apply principles in critical thinking to theoretical and empirical issues; and 3. debatelogicallyandcriticallyonvariousissuesin economics. Thecoursecoverstheformulationandpresentationofeconomicarguments, commonfallaciesineconomics,theuseofdeductiveandinductivereasoning ineconomictheory,evaluationofeconomicpolicies. 1. Epstein,R.L.andKernberger,C.(2005).TheGuidetoCriticalThinkingin Economics.ThomsonSouthWestern. 2. Epstein,R.L.(2002).CriticalThinking.ThomsonSouthWestern. 3. Verlinden,J.(2005).CriticalThinkingandEverydayArgument.Thomson Learning. 4. Swartz, T.R. and Bonello, F.J. (2001). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on ControversialEconomicIssues.McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 ContinuousAssessment:60% FinalExamination:40%

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INTERNATIONALECONOMICSISSUES EXEE2108 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTERNATIONALECONOMICSISSUES Student2ndyearandabove Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainmajorinternationaleconomicissues; 2. identify crucial international economicissues to economicexpansionof developingcountries; 3. analyzeeconomicissuesbasedontheories;and 4. presenteffectively(communication)bydeliveringproposalandsolution ofrelatedeconomicissues. This course covers topics on globalisation and it impact on developing countries; the role international capital (and FDI) in world economy; international monetary system (old and new), the role of US$Yen Dmarks/Euro; International Financial Architechure; International Organisation, IMF, World Bank and WTO; International Trade Agreements: Uruguay Round and Doha; regional economic integration; oil crisis, 1970s and2000s;ChinaIndiaBrazilRussiaeconomies. 1. Isard,Peter(2005)GlobalizationandtheInternationalFinancialSystem, CambridgeUniversityPress. 2. Scholte, Jan Aart (2005) Globalization. A critical introduction, Second Edition,Palgrave,London. 3. McKinnon, Ronald (1997) The Rules of the Game, MIT Press, Massachusetts. 4. ManfredBSreger(2003)Globalization.Averyshortintroduction,Oxford UniversityPress. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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HISTORYOFECONOMICTHOUGHT EGEE3309 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes HISTORYOFECONOMICTHOUGHT None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainthedevelopmentofeconomicthought; 2. discussthecontributionsanddeficientofthetheoriesandideasofthe thinkersinhistoryofeconomicthought; 3. differentiatethedifferentviewsoftheeconomists; 4. elaboratethedevelopmentoftheeconomictheoriesbytheorthodox economistsandheterodoxeconomists. Thecoursediscussesthedevelopmentofeconomicideas andtheoriessince theancientGreek(300B.C.)tothetwentiethcentury(1970s1990s). Concernofdiscussionsisonhowpastmainstreamthoughthascontributed tothemoderneconomicthought.Thediscussionscoverdeviationsfrom orthodoxy,majormethodologicalissues,therelationshipsbetweenthe developmentofthetheoryandtheprevailingeconomicconditions, implicationsofsocioeconomicpolicy,thedevelopmentofmodern macroeconomicstheoryandmodernheterodoxeconomicthought. 1. Landreth,H.andColander,D.C.(2002).HistoryofEconomicThought.4th edition.HoughtonMifflinCompany. 2. Brue,S.andGrant,R.(2007).TheHistoryofEconomicThought.7th edition.SouthWestern. 3. Ekelund,R.B.JrandHebert,R.F.(1997).HistoryofEconomicTheoryand Method,4thedition.McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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FACULTYCORE QUANTITATIVECOURSES QUANTITATIVEANALYSISA ESEE1101 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes QUANTITATIVEANALYSISA DonotsatisfyminimumrequirementsforESEE1102 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainbasicconceptsinalgebraandcalculus; 2. apply mathematical techniques in business, economics and administration;and 3. evaluatetheresultsofmathematicaltechniquesinbusiness,economics andadministration. The course covers basic concepts in algebra and calculus and their applicationinbusiness,economicsandadministrationforthefunctionsand graphs,limitsandcontinuity,differentiationandintegration,matrixalgebra andmathematicalfinance. 1. Tan,S.T.(2010),AppliedMathematicsfortheManagerial,LifeandSocial Sciences,5thEdition,Brooks/Cole,ThomsonLearning. 2. Haeussler,E.,R.PaulandR.J.Wood(2007)IntroductoryMathematical Analysis for Business, Economics and the Life and Social Sciences. 12th Edition.PearsonInternationalEdition CS1,CS2 CTPS5 TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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QUANTITATIVEANALYSISB ESEE1102 3Credit Prerequisite QUANTITATIVEANALYSISB Apassin 1. Mathematics(minimumGradeD)attheMatriculationorSTPMlevel;or 2. AdditionalMathematics(minimumGradeC6)attheSPMlevel. Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainbasicconceptsinalgebraandcalculus; 2. apply mathematical techniques in business, economics and administration;and 3. evaluatetheresultsofmathematicaltechniquesinbusiness,economics andadministration. Thiscourseexposesstudentstoconceptsandapplicationsoffunctionsand graphs, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration, financial mathematicsandmatrixalgebrainsocialscience. 1. Tan,S.T.5thEdition.(2010),AppliedMathematicsfortheManagerial,Life andSocialSciences.Brooks/Cole,ThomsonLearning. 2. Mizrahi,AdanSullivan, M.(2004),Mathematics:AnAppliedApproach. 8thEdition,JohnWiley&Sons. CS1,CS2, CTPS5 TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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STATISTICS1C ESEE1105 4Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes STATISTICS1C None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1.explainbasicconceptsinstatisticalanalysis; 2.applybasicstatisticalanalysisineconomics,businessandadministration; and 3. evaluate the results of statistical analysis in business, economics and administration. 4.analyzeasetofdatainthefieldofbusiness,economicsandadministration usingappropriatestatisticaltechniquesandsoftwares;and 5.communicatethesefindingseffectively. The course covers basic concepts and their application in business, economicsandadministrationforthesurveyandsampling,presentationof data, numerical descriptive measures, probability, discrete probability distributions. 1.Levine,DM;Stephan,D;Krehbiel,TCandBerenson,M.L,(2011).Statistics forManagersUsingMicrosoftExcel,(6thEd.),PrenticeHall,Singapore 2. Liaw Shu Hui dan Goh Kim Leng. (2002). Statistik Asas: Konsep dan Amalan.KualaLumpur:McGrawHill. 3.Tan,PC,STNgdanNoorAzinaIsmail,(2002).StatistikGunaanAsas: Buku KerjadenganJawapanLengkap,ThomsonLearning,Singapore. 4. Keller, G. (2005), Statistics for Management and Economics, (7th Ed.), DuxburyThomsonBrooksandCole,Australia. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4 CTPS5 TS1 LL1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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INTRODUCTIONOFMATHEMATICALECONOMICS EEEE2101 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTRODUCTIONOFMATHEMATICALECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognizemathematicaltechniquesineconomics; 2. explaineconomictheoryusingmathematics;and 3. applyappropriatemathematicaltechniquestosolveeconomicproblems. The contents of the course include differential technique, matrix algebra, maximum and minimum, inputoutput model, linear programmeming with two and three constraints, theory of game and the equilibrium of demand andsupplyanalysis. 1. Alpha C. Chiang & Kevin Wainwright. (2005). Fundamental Methods of MathematicalEconomics.McGrawHill,4thed. 2. Baldani, Bradfield, Turner, (2005). Mathematical Economics, Thomson, 2nded. 3. Alpha C. Chiang, Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, McGrawHill. 4. AzharHarun.(2003).PengenalanMatematikUntukEkonomi.Singapore: ThomsonLearning. CS1,CS2,C3 CTPS5 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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BASICECONOMETRICS ESEE2102 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes BASICECONOMETRICS

ESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain the use of regression analysis and related techniques for quantifyingeconomicrelationships; 2. explain the assumptions underlying use of the linear regression model andtheimplicationsforthemodelofdeparturefromtheseassumptions; 3. apply a variety of statistical testing principles to the linear regression model; 4. interpretregressionoutputfromeconometricsoftware;and 5. draw valid conclusions from the results of estimation and hypothesis testing. This course introduces the concepts and use of basic econometrics to enforce intuitive understanding about regression analysis for estimation, prediction and inference. Topics covered are simple regression, parameter estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, model fit and diagnostics; multiple regression (including dummy variables), independent variables selection and model selection; functional forms; and classical assumptionproblems. 1. Gujarati, D.N. and D.c. Porter (2009). Basic Econometrics. 5th ed. McGrawHill,NewYork 2. Hill, R.C., Griffiths, W.E., and Lim, G.C., (2008). Principles of Econometrics,3rdedition.JohnWiley 3. Studenmund,A.H.(2010).UsingEconometrics:APracticalGuide,6thed. PrenticeHall. 4. Dougherty, C. (2007). Intoduction to Econometrics, 3rd ed. Oxford UniversityPress. 5. Wooldridge, J. M., (2009). Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach,4rdEd.SouthWesternCollegePublishing. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT5 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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STATISTICSII ESEE2201 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes STATISTICSII

ESEE1105StatisticsIC Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainbasicconceptsofstatisticalinference; 2. applystatisticalinferenceinbusiness,economicsand administration;and 3. evaluatetheresultsofstatisticalinference. The first part of the course introduces the continuous probability and sampling distributions which form the basic knowledge of statistical inference. The second part focuses on statistical inference such as estimation and hypothesis testing. The third part covers various non parametricstatistics. 1. Levine, DM; Stephan, D; Krehbiel, TC and Berenson, M.L. (2011). StatisticsforManagersUsingMicrosoftExcel,6thEdition,PrenticeHall, Singapore. 2. Keller, G. (2005). Statistics For Management and Economics (7th ed.).ThomsonLearning. 3. Liaw,S.H.&GohK.L.(2002).StatistikAsas:Konsep&Amalan.(McGraw Hill) 4. Lind,D.A.,Marchal,W.G.,&Wathen,S.A.(2005).StatisticalTechniques inBusinessandEconomics(12thed.).McGrawHill. 5. Aczel, A. D., & Sounderpandian, J. (2005).Complete Business Statistics (6thed.).McgrawHill. 6. Berenson, M. L., & Levine, D. M. (1996). Basic Business Statistics: ConceptsandAplications(6thed.).PrenticeHall. CS1,CS2,CS3 CTPS5 Continuousassessment:40% Finalexamination:60%
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FACULTYCORE INDUSTRIALTRAINING INDUSTRIALTRAINING EXEE3190 6Credit Prerequisite INDUSTRIALTRAINING

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1. Completedatleast60creditshoursofcoursework;and 2. AttendedpreparatorycourseworkforIndustrialTraining Attheendofthetraining,thestudentsareableto: 1. applyconceptsandtheorieslearnttoworkplace; 2. relate systems, techniques and innovations learnt at the workplace to fieldofstudy; 3. improvebasicinterpersonalskillsandknowledgeasrequiredbyindustry; and 4. understandworkcultureandchallengesatworkplace. Thestudentwillbeplacedatanorganisationbasedontheguidelinesofthe FacultyandCITRA. The student willundergo fulltime industrialtraining for a specifiedperiod. ThestudentsprogresswillbemonitoredbytheFacultyandtheorganisation duringthetraining.Thestudentisrequiredtorecordhis/herlearning,goals andachievementsinthelogbook. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7 CT1,CT2,CS3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment: 60%AssessmentbyFaculty 40%AssessmentbyOrganization

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ELECTIVECOURSES INTERNATIONALTRADETHEORY EEEE2102 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTERNATIONALTRADETHEORY EXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainbasicconceptsandtheoriesininternationaltrade; 2. identifyissuesininternationaltrade;and 3. analyzeissuesininternationaltradeusingrelatedtheories. Thiscourse willdiscussconceptsandtheoriesofinternationaltradesuch as law of comparative advantage, HeckscherOhlin theory and policies relatedtointernationaltradesuchastariffsandeconomicintegration. 1. Krugman,P.R.andObstfeld,M.2006.InternationalEconomics TheoryandPolicy(7thed.)NewYork:PearsonAddisonWesley. 2. Winters,L.A.(1991),InternationalEconomics,(4thed).LondonandNew York:Routledge CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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PUBLICFINANCE EEEE2104 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PUBLICFINANCE None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explain how the public sector affects the allocation of scarce resources; 2. ascertaintheroleofthepublicsector; 3. analyzetherolevotersplayindecisionmaking;and 4. explaintheprinciplesoftaxationandfederalfinance. Thecoursecoverstopicssuchasmarketfailureandthe needforthepublic sector,thefunctionsofthepublicsector,Paretooptimality,thetheoryof public goods, the concept of externalities and the roles of the private sector and the public sector in overcoming externalities, the voting systemsandpublicchoice,taxationanalysisfromthepositiveperspective andthenormativeperspective,etcetera. 1. Hyman, D.N. (2005). Public Finance: A Contemporary Application of TheorytoPolicy.8e.Mason,Ohio:SouthWestern. 2. Rosen,H.S.2002.PublicFinance.6e.Boston:McGrawHill/Irwin. 3. Musgrave, R.A. and Musgrave, P.B. (1989). Public Finance in Theory andPractice.5e.NewYork:McGrawHill. 4. Aronson,J.R.(1985).PublicFinance.NewYork:McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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LAW,BANKINGANDFINANCE EEEE2307 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes LAW,BANKINGANDFINANCE None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognizetheimportanceoflawinbankingandfinance; 2. analyzetheeconomicaspectsoflawinbankingandfinance;and 3. applytherelevantlawinthebankingfield. Banks and various financial institutions provide liquidity, instruments for hedging and function as an intermediary between savers and investors. Failure in banks and other financial institutions could be the result of several causes such as principalagent problem, insider trading, market manipulation and moral hazard. Acts that have been enacted to defend theseactivitiesarediscussed. 1. Howells,Peter&Bain,Keith(2005)TheEconomicsofMoney,Banking andFinance.PersonEducationLimited 2. David O. Beim & Charles W. Calomiris (2001) Emerging Financial Markets 3. Frederic S. Mishkin (2006) The Economics of Money, Banking and FinancialMarkets.SeventhEdition 4. Banking and Financial Institution Act 1989. (2004) International Law BookService 5. TheSecurityIndustryAct1983.(2004)InternationalLawBookService CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ISLAMICBANKINGANDFINANCE EEEE2308 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ISLAMICBANKINGANDFINANCE

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None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explain the philosophy, underlying concepts and principles of Islamic bankingandfinance; 2. identify and discuss differences between the Islamic and the conventionalfinancialsystems;and 3. analyse issues pertaining to the development of Islamic banking and financeintheoryandpractice. ThiscoursegivesanoverviewofthemainaspectsofIslamicbankingand finance.Topicsdiscussedincludethephilosophyandunderlyingprinciples of Islamic finance, riba, profits, Islamic contracts of exchange, banking based on profit and loss sharing, the realities of Islamic banking, takaful, Islamic money market, Islamic equity market and Islamic derivatives (sukuk). 1. RadiahAbdulKader(2001)EkonomiIslam, KualaLumpur:VisionPress 2. SaifulAzharRosly(2005)CriticalIssuesonIslamicBankingand FinancialMarkets.KualaLumpur:DinamasPublishing 3. KamalKhir,LakeshGupta&BalaShanmugam(2008),IslamicBanking: APracticalPerspective,PearsonLongmanMalaysia 4. SudinHaron,BalaShanmugam&NafisAlam(2007),IslamicFinancial System:AComprehensiveGuide,InsightNetworkMalaysia CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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MONETARYECONOMICSI EEEE2314 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MONETARYECONOMICSI None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. Describethebasicconceptsandtheoreticalframeworksinmonetary economics; 2. relatetheoriesofmonetaryeconomicstotherealworld;and 3. analyzetheadministrationandoperationofmonetarypolicyinclosed andopeneconomies. Basicconceptsandfunctionsofmoney;demandforandsupplyofmoney and monetary controls; monetary transmission mechanisms; macroeconomic policies; monetary policy regimes; inflation and unemployment; money and output; exchange rate determination; and monetarypolicyinstruments. 1. BankNegaraMalaysia(1994)MoneyandBankinginMalaysia 2. Lailder,D.E.W.(1993)TheDemandforMoney:Theories,Evidenceand Problems,HarperCollins,4thedition 3. Lewis, M.K. & Mizen, P.D. (2000) Monetary Economics, Oxford UniversityPress 4. McCallum, B.T. (1989) Monetary Economics: Theory and Policy, Macmillan 5. Pierce, D.G. & Tysome, P.J. (1985) Monetary Economics: Theories, EvidenceandPolicy,Butterworth. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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ECONOMICSOFREGIONALINTEGRATION EEEE2315 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ECONOMICSOFREGIONALINTEGRATION

PassEXEE1103MicroeconomicsIA Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. identifyvariousformsofregionaltradingagreements 2. analyze regional integration agreements (RIAs) as mechanisms for tradeliberalisation, 3. applysimpleCGEmodellinginassessingwelfareeffectsofRIAs. Topics discussed include overview of regional trading agreements in the world, free trade areas and customs union, open regionalism and MFN liberalisation, economic effects on member and nonmember countries, regional integration arrangements: building or stumbling blocks toward global free trade, introduction to computable general equilibrium (CGE) modellinginassessingwelfareeffectsofRIAs. 1. Schiff, M and Winters, L.A. (2003), Regional Integration and Development.Washington:WorldBankandOxfordUniversityPress) 2. Hoekman,B.M.andKostecki,M.M.(2001),ThePoliticalEconomyof the World Trading System: The WTO and Beyond, (2nd ed.) Oxford: OxfordUniversityPress 3. Winters, L.A. (1991), International Economics, (4th ed). London and NewYork:Routledge. CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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WELFAREECONOMICS EEEE3101 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes WELFAREECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explaintheresourceallocationmechanismofamarketeconomy; 2. discusswhygovernmentinterveneinthemarketeconomy;and 3. appraiseprojectsusingsocialcostbenefitanalysis. This course will discuss Pareto Optimality Criteria, compensation criteria, measurement of social welfare changes, consumer surplus, Arrows theorem,socialchoiceproblemandothers.Effectonmarketimperfection of optimality criteria will be discussed in second best theorem, externalities,Coasetheorem,publicgoodsandothers. 1. R. Boadway & N. Bruce (1984), Welfare Economics; Oxford: Basil Blackwell. 2. EdwardM.Gramlich(1990),AguidetoBenefitCostAnalysis;Prentice Hall. 3. NgYewKwang(1983),WelfareEconomics,rev.ed;London:Macmillan 4. J. Craven (1992), Social Choice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 5. J.Bonner(1986),Politics,Economics&Welfare,Brighton:Wheatsheaf. 6. C.M.Price(1977),WelfareEconomicsinTheoryandPractice,London: Macmillan. CS1,CS2,CS3

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MANAGERIALECONOMICS EEEE3301 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MANAGERIALECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explaintheprinciplesandconceptsofmanagerialeconomics; 2. analyse application of microeconomic theory especially in making businessdecisions;and 3. demonstrateskillsofcommunication,criticalthinkingandteamwork. The contents of this course include price and market structures, demand and supply, production and cost, firms under perfect competition and firmswithmarketpowers;anddecisionmakingovertime. 1. BayeMichealR(2003),ManegerialEconomicsandBusiness Strategy(4thEd),McGrawHill. 2. MarkHirschey&JamesLPappas(2004),Fundamentalsof ManagerialEconomics,(6thEd),DrydenPress. 3. S. Charles Maurice and Christopher R. Thomas (2005) Manegerial Economics(6thEd)Irwin. 4.DominickSalvatore(2003)ManagerialEconomiconaGlobal Economy(4thEd).HarcourtCollegePublisher. CS1,CS2,CS3

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INFORMATIONECONOMICS EEEE3303 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INFORMATIONECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explaintheimportanceofinformationineconomicsparticularlyinthe preparationofcontractsandutilityoptimization 2. determinetheroleofinformationineconomics 3. differentiatebetweeninformationasymmetricproblemsincontracts 4. analysemethodstosolveinformationasymmetryproblems 5. synthesizewithusemathematicalinformationeconomicmodels The course will discuss the topics related to information symmetry and asymmetry, intertemporal relationships, basic model, symmetric contracts, optimal payments mechanism, optimal effort level, moral hazard, first order approach, hidden information, adverse selection, signaling,educationasasignal,equilibrium,analysisofmathematicaland analyticalproblems 1. MachoStadler, I. And Castrillo, J.D. (1997). An Introduction to the Economics of Information and Contracts. ( 1st Edition). Oxford UniversityPress. 2. Milgrom, P. and Roberts, J. (1992). Economics, Organization and Management.(1stEdition).PrenticeHall. 3. Hirschleifer,J. and Riley, J.G. (1992). The Analytics of Uncertainty and Information.(1stEdition).CambridgeUniversityPress. 4. Rasmussen,E.(2001).GamesandInformation.(3rdEdition).Cambridge MAandOxfordU.K.Blackwell. CS1,CS2,CS3

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HEALTHECONOMICS EEEE3305 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes HEALTHECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainhoweconomicprinciplesapplytohealthrelatedissues; 2. analysethecostsandbenefitsofvarioushealthcarechoices; 3. examinepublicpoliciesonhealthcarefromaneconomicperspective; and Thiscoursewilldiscussabouthealth,healthcareandhealthpolicyfromthe microeconomic perspective. Topics include the demand and supply of health services, production and costs of healthcare, structure of the medicalmarket,healthcaresystemsandinstitutions,roleofgovernmentin healthservicesandhealthinsurance. 1. PhelpsC.E(2006),HealthEconomics,3rdedition,AddisonWesley 2. SanterreR.E&NeunS.P(2007),HealthEconomics,4thedition, ThomsonSouthWestern CS1,CS2,CS3

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INTERNATIONALFINANCE EEEE3306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTERNATIONALFINANCE None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explain the basic concepts and theories in international finance and openeconomymacroeconomics; 2. identifytheissuesininternationalfinance;and 3. analyzeissuesininternationalfinanceusingrelatedtheories, Thiscoursediscussconceptsandtheoriesinseveraltopicssuchasbalance of payment, foreign exchange market and risks, exchange rate determination,priceandincomeadjustmentmechanismswithflexibleand fixed exchange rate, open macroeconomics theories and policies and internationalmonetarysystems. 1. Salvatore, D. (2004). International Economics (8th ed.) New Jersey: JohnWiley&Son. 2. Carbaugh, R.J. (2004). International Economics (9th ed.) Ohio: ThomsonSouthWestern. 3. Appleyard, D., Field, A.J., Cobb, S.L. (2006). International Economics (5thed.)NewYork:McGrawHill. CS1,CS2,CS3

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FINANCIALECONOMICS EEEE3312 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes FINANCIALECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explainthebankingsysteminMalaysia; 2. calculatetimevalueofmoney;and 3. evaluateinvestmentsinstockandbonds. Understandthefinancialsysteminacapitalismeconomy. 1. Mayo, Herbert B. 2001. Financial Institutions, Investments and Management.(8thed.)FortWorth,TX:HarcourtCollegePublishers. 2. Melicher, Ronald W. and Norton, Edgar A. 2000. Finance. (10th ed.) UnitedStatesofAmerica:SouthWestern. 3. Gallinger,GeorgeW.andPoe,JerryB.1995.EssentialsofFinance:An IntegratedApproach.NewJersey:PrenticeHall. 4. Besley,Scott and Brigham, Eugene F. 2003.PrinciplesofFinance.(2nd ed.)UnitedStatesofAmerika:SouthWestern. 5. Mishkin, Frederic S. 2001. The Economics of Money, Banking and FinancialMarkets. (6thed.) UnitedStatesofAmerica:AddisonWesley Longman. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MONETARYECONOMICSII EEEE3314 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes
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EEEE2314MONETARYECONOMICSI Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. Explainconceptsandtheoreticalframeworksinmonetaryeconomics ingreaterdepth; 2. Relatetheoriesofmonetaryeconomicstotherealworldmore extensively;and 3. Analyzemacroeconomicissuesmorecritically. Classical theories of money; Patinkin and Walrasian heritage; rational expectations; inflation control and seignorage; monetary policy targets; timeconsistencyandpolicycredibility;moneyandfinancialinstitutionsin economicgrowth. 1. Lewis, M.K. and Mizen, P.D. (2000) Monetary Economics, Oxford UniversityPress. 2. Marquis, M. (1996) Monetary Theory and Policy, West Publishing Company. 3. Handa,J.(2000)MonetaryEconomics,Routledge. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 PenilaianBerterusan:40% Peperiksaan:60%
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ISLAMICBANKINGFINANCELAW EEEE3315 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ISLAMICBANKINGANDFINANCELAW None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explaintherelevantlawsrelatingtoIslamicbankingandfinance; 2. identify the important issues in banking and finance relating to Shariah/Islamiclaw; 3. analysethoseissueswiththerelevantstatutesandShariahprinciples; and 4. solutionsfortherelevantissues. This course will discuss topics in Islamic banking and finance as follows: History and Development; Theory and Concept of Islamic Banking; ProhibitionofRibainIslam;Islamiclaw/ShariahPrinciples;LegalIssuesin BBAHouseFinancing,SalamandIstisna;IslamicSecuritization;Legalissues in Islamic Securitization; Ijarah and Islamic Hire Purchase; Islamic Stock Market;LegalFrameworkofTakafulanditsLegalIssues;ConflictofCourts Jurisdiction and Monitoring and Regulating Issues of Islamic Financial Institution. 1. AhmadHidayatBuang,(2000).StudiesinIslamicLawofContracts:The ProhibitionofGharar,InternationalLawBookServices. 2. IslamicBankingPractice,(1994).FromthePractitionersPerspective, BankIslamMalaysiaBerhad. 3. MuhammadTaqiUsmani,(2000).AnIntroductiontoIslamicFinance, IdaratulMarif,Karachi,Pakistan. 4.MeiPhengLeeandDettaIvanJeron,(2007).IslamicBanking&Finance Law,PearsonMalaysiaSdnBhd,KualaLumpur. 5. IslamicBankingAct,(1983). 6. BankingandFinancialInstitutionsAct(1989). 7.RelevantArticles CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 PenilaianBerterusan:40% Peperiksaan:60%

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LABORECONOMICSI EGEE2104 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes LABORECONOMICSI None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. definevariousconceptsoflabordemandandsupply; 2. identifyfactorsthatinfluencethedecisionsofindividualand householdtoenterthelabormarket;and 3. appraise the implications ofgovernmentpolicyon labordemandand supply. Thiscoursediscussesvariousaspectsofdemandforandsupplyoflabor. Amongtopicstobecoveredarethedemandforlaborintheshortandthe longrunincompetitiveandnoncompetitivelabormarkets,thesupplyof labor, the extended models of labor demand and labor supply, labor marketequilibriumandpolicyimplications. 1.Ehrenberg,R.G.&Smith,R.S.(2006)ModernLaborEconomics. NewYork:AddisonWesley 2.Borjas,G.J.(2005)LaborEconomics.NewYork:MacGrawHill. 3.FatimahSaid&SaadMohd.Said(2002).EkonomiPasaranBuruh. KotaBharu:AY. 4.ZulkiflyOsman(1989)EkonomiBuruh:TeoriPermintaandan Penawaran.KualaLumpur:DBP. 5.Bellante,D.&JacksonM.(1989)EkonomiBuruh:PilihanDalam PasaranBuruh.KualaLumpur:DBP CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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ENVIRONMENTALECONOMICS EGEE2302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ENVIRONMENTALECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. describeenvironmetaleconomicsandrelatedbasic 2. discussenvironmentalissuethroughoutdoor(outofclass)activities 3. develop students awareness on the importance of preserving the environment. Course is on the aspect of environmental theory in order for students to getaclearerviewaboutthescopeofenvironmentlearning.Markettheory emphasizes that market efficiency will result in optimal allocation of resources at all time. However, this occurrence is rare. Therefore, this course exposes that market failure on the other hand brings to external effects related to environmental issues and solutions that can be taken related to minimizing this problem. Discussions about the need for development versus environment is done. Global environmental issues andthestateofenvironmentindevelopinmgcountriesarealsoanalyzed. 1. Field,Barry.C.andField,Martha.K,(2005)EnvironmentalEconomics: AnIntroduction,FourthEdition;McGrawHills,Inc.U.S.A 2. Kahn, J.R., (2005), The Economics Approach to Environmental and NaturalResources,ThirdEdition,TheDrydenPress. 3. Callan, Scott. J and Thomas, Janet. M, (2007), Environmental Economics and Management: Theory, Policy and Applications, Fourth Edition,TheDrydenPress 4. Kolstad,C.,EnvironmentalEconomics,OxfordUniversityPress,(2000). CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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DEMOGRAPHY EGEE2303 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes DEMOGRAPHY None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognizethebasicsofdemography; 2. analyse data on demography and develop human development planningforacountry; 3. identify basic measurement of the population increase components namelyfertility,nortalityandmigration;and 4. analyse variables influencing demography and why and how they changeovertime. Thecoursebeginswiththedefinitionofdemographyanditsrelationwith otherdisciplinesofknowledge.Thefirstpartofthecoursewillthenfocus on fertility which covers its definition, measurements of birth rate, basic general fertility rate and net reproduction rate. Factors affecting fertility namely the intermediate and explanatory variables; fertility trends in Malaysia will be examined. The second part covers mortality which includestopicssuchasdefinition,basicmeasurements,lifemortalitytables andfactorsaffectingmortalitydeclineinEuropeduringthe18thand19th centuriesandOmranepidemiologicaltransitiontheory.Thethirdpartwill discuss on migration covering its definition and problems, migration theory,migrationtrendsinMalaysiasincethe1970sandthedemographic, socioeconomic and political implications to the country. The fourth part willdiscussseveraltheoriesrelatedtodemography. 1. Lucas, D, et. Al. (1980). Beginning Population Studies Canberra : DevelopmentStudiesCentre,TheAustralianNationalUniversity. 2. Pollard, Yusuf dan Pollard. (1981). Demographic Technique (2nd ed.) Sydney:PergamonPress. 3. Malaysia.(1983). Laporan Am Banci Penduduk 1980. Vol 1. Kuala Lumpur:JabatanPerangkaanMalaysia. 4. Malaysia. 1995. Laporan Am Banci Penduduk 1991. Vol 1. Kuala Lumpur:JabatanPerangkaanMalaysia. 5. Malaysia Laporan Am Banci Penduduk (20002004). Kuala Lumpur : JabatanPerangkaanMalaysia. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2LL1,LL2, KK1 EM1,EM2,LS1,LS2, ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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URBANECONOMICS EGEE2304 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes URBANECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. analysedescriptivelyandtheoreticallytheexistenceandgrowthofurban areas; 2. examine the role and functions of urban areas as centres of economic activities;and 3. analyseurbanisationwithitsrelatedsocialproblems. The growth of urban areas (urbanisation process) is related to economic activities. The rapid growth of urban centres has given rise to important issues such as population density, traffic congestion, land use, urban fiscal financing, pollution and crime. This course covers theoretical analyses of landuse(economicandhousing),transportation,demandfortransportation, problemsofcongestionandcostsandotherissuesrelatedtotransportation and public financing. Aspects relating to taxation and expenditure structures, urban planning issues and urban social issues will also be discussed. 1. ArthuroSullivan,(2003).UrbanEconomics,5th Edition,McGrawhHill. 2. Duncan, B. and V. Henderson. (1999), Journal of Political Economy , A TheoryofUrbanGrowth,pp.252284. 3. Urban Consentration : The Role of Increasing Return and Transport Costs,Krugman,P.InternationalRegionalScienseReview19,(1996),pp. 530. 4. Plan Struktur Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur,(2004). 5. Alonso,(1964).LocationandLanbUse,W.HarvardUniversityPress. 6. ATheoryofUrbanLandMarketAlonso,W.ReviewinUrbanEconomics, Edel,M.andJ.Rothenberg(eds.),NewYork:Macmillan. 7. HarordM.Hochman(ed.),(1976)SocialProblemandUrbanCrisis:Can Public Policy Nake a Diffrence?, In Urban Economy New York : W.W. Norton. 8. Women and Crime : An Economic Analysis. Economic Inquiry 42, (1979),pp.2951. 9. GomezIbanezet.al.(Eds.),(1999)CongestionMohring,H.inEssayin TransportationEconomicsandPolicy,WashingtonD.C.Brookings. 10. Bancian Semula Setinggan Kuala Lumpur, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur,(1992). CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2, KK1 EM1,EM2,LS1,LS2, ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MALAYSIANBUSINESSLAW EGEE2306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MALAYSIANBUSINESSLAW

None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainbasicframeworkoftheMalaysianLegalSystem; 2. identifythemainprinciplesinBusinessLaw; 3. discuss the legal provisions of Business Law using the relevant statutes/act; 4. analyseandcasesrelevanttoBusinessLaw;and The course content covers Law of Contract, Law of Hire Purchase, Law of SaleofGood,LawofPartnership&LawofAgency 1. Beatrix Vohrah & Wu Min Aun, The Commercial Law of Malaysia, Updated2ndEd:LongmanMalaysiaSdn.Bhd,Selangor,(2006) 2. Lee Mei Pheng, General Principles of Malaysian Law, updated 5th Ed: PenerbitFajarBakti,(2006). CS1,CS2,CS3EM1,EM2 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ECONOMICSOFPOPULATIONANDPOLICIES EGEE3304 3Credit Learning Outcomes ECONOMICSOFPOPULATIONANDPOLICIES Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognizepopulationvariables,andhowtomeasureandanalysethem; 2. analyse fertility,mortality,migration, latemarriagesandnonmarriages trendsinAsiaandMalaysiaandfactorsinfluencingthesetrends; 3. criticallyanalyseVision2020;and 4. identifyfactorsthatcanbeconsideredtoimproveanddeveloppolicies onpopulation. This course will discuss in detail measures of mortality, migration, late marriages and nonmarriages for the Malaysian population since 1957. Factors influencing these trends will be discussed. The basic definition problems of migration and the basic migration theory of Ravenstein dan EveretteLeeandthemigrationtrendsin Malaysiasincethe1970swill also beexamined.StudentswillbeexposedtoVision2020andcriticaldiscussions ontherealitiesofthevision. 1. Lim, L.L .(1983). Population and Development : Theory and Emperical Evidence;TheMalaysiacase.KualaLumpur:InternationalBookService. 2. Sidhu, M.S and G.W Jones. (1981). Population Dyanamics In a Plural Society Malaysia ; Peninsular Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur : UM Co op BookshopPublication. 3. Malaysia : Laporan Am Bancian Penduduk. (1980). Vol 1 dan Laporan AmBanci. 4. PendudukVol1.(1991).KualaLumpur:JabatanPerangkaanMalaysia. 5. Mahathir Mohamad. (1991). Wawasan 2020, Malaysia: The Way Forward. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2, KK1 EM1,EM2, LS1,LS2, ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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WORLDECONOMICHISTORY EGEE3306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes WORLDECONOMICHISTORY None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. describemajor events in history since the 17thcentury thatshaped the worldeconomy; 2. relatehistoricalexperiencewithcurrenteconomicissues;and 3. examinecontemporarychangesintheworldeconomy. Thecoursecoversthemaindevelopmentsinhistory,whicharedevelopment in the Middle Ages, the Industrial Revolution phases and the subsequent transformation of economies, the growth of international trade and the dominion of Europe, the consequences of World War I and II, the Bretton WoodssystemandtheemergenceofIMF,theWorldBankandtheriseand falloftheGoldenAge. 1. Cameron, R. (1996). A Concise Economic History of the World: From PaleolithicTimestothePresent.3rdEdition.OxfordUniversityPress. 2. Stearns, P.N. (1993). The Industrial Revolution in World History. WestviewPress. 3. Holtfrerich, CL. ed. (1989). Interactions in the World Economy: Perspectives from International Economic History. Harvester Wheatsheaf. 4. Kenwood, A.G. and Lougheed, A.L. (1999). The Growth of the International Economy 18202000: An Introductory Text. 4th Edition. Routledge. CS1,CS2,CS3 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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INDUSTRIALECONOMICS EGEE3308 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INDUSTRIALECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainvariousconceptsandtheoriesinindustrialeconomics; 2. identifyvariousissuesandethicalaspectsinindustrialeconomics; 3. proposeappropriatepoliciestosolveissuesinindustrial economics;and 4. developedcommunicationandteamskills. Thecoursediscussestheoreticallyandempiricallythestructure,conductand performanceoftheindustry.Amongthetopicstobecoveredareeconomies of scale, market concentration, entry barriers, vertical integration, diversification,oligopolisticcompetition,technological progress, advertising andcompetitionpolicy. 1. FatimahSaiddanSaadMohd.Said(2003).EkonomiPerindustrian.Kuala Lumpur:DBP. 2. Carlton,D.W.&J.M.Perloff(1994).IndustrialOrganization.NewYork: HarperCollins. 3. Hay, D. A. and J. M. Morris (1991). Industrial Economics and Organization.NewYork:OxfordUniversityPress. 4. Clark,R.(1985).IndustrialEconomics.Oxford:BasilBlackwellLtd. CS1,CS2,CS3 TS1,TS2 CT1,CT2,CT3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ENERGYECONOMICS EGEE3312 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ENERGYECONOMICS None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1. explainthesourcesofenergypowerintheworld. 2. Examine the electric power system and ways of oil drilling from the earth;and 3. Identify the limitation of electricity source and the negative effect of electricityconsumptionsuchaspollutionandozonethining Thecostandavailabilityofenergyconstituteimportantinputsinproduction economics which are vital to the economic growth of all countries. At the same time, energy markets have historically been subjected to extensive governmentinterventionandtheemergenceofgeopoliticalcrisis.Assuch, the existence of energy policy include the move towards energy efficiency as well as finding alternative sources which include biofuel and hydrogen fuelcellthatisconsideredaslongtermsolutioninstabilizingenergyneeds. In the short run, the world over dependence on fossil energy such as petroleumwillpersisttobeanimportantfactorininfluencingglobalenergy marketwhichisexpectedtoremainunstableandvolatile. 1. Peirce, William Spangar (1996) Economics of the Energy Industries. PraegerPublishers,UnitedStatesofAmerica 2. Stevens,Paul(2000)TheEconomicsofEnergyVol.IandII,EdwardElgar PublishingLtd.UnitedKingdom 3. Sharma, Shankar & Fesharaki, Fereidun (1991). Energy Market and Policies in ASEAN, ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of SoutheastAsianStudiesISEAS,Singapore 4. Cassedy, E.S. and Grossman, P.Z. (1990). Introduction to Energy. CambridgeUniversity,UnitedKingdom 5. Veljanovski, Cento G.(1991). Regulators and the Markets. Institute of EconomicsAffairs.HyperionBooks.NewYork CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ECONOMICSOFFINANCIALMARKET EGEE3313 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ECONOMICSOFFINANCIALMARKET None At theendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explainthefinancialsystemsandtheroleoffinancialmarketsinthe economy; 2. Toidentifythefinancialmarketsinstruments; 3. describethetheoryofinterestrateandtheinterestratemeasurement invariousformfinancialinstruments; 4. examinethederivativemarketsandforeignexchangemarkets; 5. distiguishthetypesandrolesoffinancialintermediaries;and 6. discussthebankingsystemandmonetarypolicy. The course is designed to explain the activities involved in the financial sector.Inparticular,thecoursewillexaminethefunctionandtheoperation of the financial markets, financial institutions and banking sector in the economy. 1. Frederic S. Mishkin, The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets,AddisonWesleyReading,Mass.FifthEdition,(1997). 2. R. Glenn Hubbard, Money, the Financial System and the Economy, AddisionWesley,Reading,Mass.SecondEdition,(1996). 3. R.L. Miller dan D. VanHoose, Money, Banking and Financial Markets, SouthWestern,(2001). CS1,CS2,CS3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ENTREPRENEURIALECONOMICS EGEE3314 3Credits Learning Outcomes ENTREPRENEURIALECONOMICS

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Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.identifyconceptsandtheoriesofentrepreneurship; 2.explainthesignificanceandfunctionsofentrepreneurshipin economicdevelopment; 3.evaluatetheroleandimportanceofpolicysupportin entrepreneurialdevelopment;and 4.preparebusinessplan. This course exposes the students with the concepts of and school of thoughts on entrepreneurship from various perspectives, including economics,sociology,psychology,andmanagement.Italsoemphasisesthe importanceofentrepreneurshipasafactorineconomicdevelopment.From thepracticalside,thestudentsareexposedwiththepreparationofbusiness plan. 1. Glancey,K.SdanMcQuaidR.W.(2000),EntrepreneurialEconomics. MacMillanPressLtd.GreatBritain 2. Casson,Mark.C(1982),TheEntrepreneur:AnEconomicTheory.Martin Robertson&CompanyLtd.Oxford. 3. MOHE(2007).AsasPembudayaanKeusahawanan. 4. MohdRosli,(2000),IndustriKecildanSerdahana:Landasan PembangunanUsahawan.PenerbitUniversitiMalaya.KualaLumpur. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 KK1,KK2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ECONOMICSOFREGULATION EGEE3316 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ECONOMICSOFREGULATION None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1. explain the underlying principles and concepts of economics of regulation 2. discuss the issues economics of regulation related Malaysia economy; and 3. identifythegovernmentinterferenceinthemarket. This course gives an overview of the main aspects of the economics of regulation. Topics discussed include market failures and the need for government intervention in order to have allocate and distributional efficiencies.MalaysianCase. 1. Viscusi,K.,Vernon,J.andHarrinton,J.,(2000),EconomicsofRegulation andAntitrust,,MITPress. 2. MichaelPollit.(2003)(underMITsOpenCourseWareProgram Cooperation).GovernmentRegulationofIndustry. 3. Baldwin,Robert&MartinCave,(1999).UnderstandingRegulation: TheoryStrategyandPractice.Oxford:UniversityPress(BC). 4. PeterGrajzi&PeterMurell,(2005).AllocatingLawMakingPowers;Self RegulationvsGovernmentRegulation.CEUWorkingPapers. 5. RobertCooter.(1997).JournalofLegalStudies.UniversityofChicago LawSchool. 6. MarshallC.Howard.(1983).AntitrustandTradeRegulation.Prentice Hall 7. AfredKahn.(1993).TheEconomicsofRegulation.MIT. 8. Richard L. Gordon. (1994). Regulations and Economic Analysis. Kluwer AcademicPublisher. CS1,CS2,CS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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87

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LABORECONOMICSII EGEE3317 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes LABORECONOMICSII

None Attheendofthecourse, studentsareableto: 1. explainconceptsandtheoriesoflabormarket; 2. identifyissuesoflaboreconomics; 3. analyzeissuesoflabormarketbyusingrelevanttheories; 4. proposeappropriatepoliciestosolvelabormarketissues The course covers various aspects of labor market such as human capital investment, mobility, migration and labor turnover, labor market discrimination,tradeunion,occupationalwagedifferentials,unemployment, governmentandlabormarket 1. Ehrenberg, R. G. & Smith, R. S. (2006) Modern Labour Economics. New York:AddisonWesley 2. Borjas,G.J.(2005)LabourEconomics.NewYork:MacGrawHill. 3. Fatimah Said & Saad Mohd. Said (2002). Ekonomi Pasaran Buruh. Kota Bharu:AY. 4. Filler, R. K., Hammermesh, D. S. & A. E. Rees (1996) The Economics of WorkandPay.NewYork:HarperCollinsCollegePublisher. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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EDUCATIONECONOMICS EGEE3319 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes EDUCATIONECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain the relationship between education and economic growth and nationdevelopment; 2. identify issues in education for economic growth and nation development;and 3. discuss the education system, challenges and how to create an educationsystemwhichisrelevanttotheneedsofthenation. The course begins with an explanation of the development and the importance of economics of education analysis for economic development. Relatedwiththatseveraltheoriesandapplicationswillbeexplained.Topics thatwillbediscussedincludeeducationandeconomicgrowth,educationas humanresourceinvestment,demandandsupplyofeducation,benefitsand costs of education, efficiency and effectiveness of education policies, educational finance and planning, education and employment and also issuesandchallengesintheeducationsector. 1. CliveR.Belfied(2000),EconomicPrinciplesForEducation,EdwardElgar PublishingLtd,England. 2. Geraint Johnes and Jill Johnes (Ed) (2005), International Handbook On TheEconomicofeducation,EdwardElgarpublishingLtd,England. 3. Psacharopoulos (1987), Economic of Education, Research and Studies, PergamonPress,Oxford. 4. Shahril @ Charil (2005), Mengurus dan Membiayai Pendidikan Di Malaysia,PTSPublishingSdnBhd,KualaLumpur. 5. Sheehan, J. (1973), The Economis Of Education. London: Alden Press, Oxford. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2, KK1 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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INTERNATIONALMACROECONOMICS EGEE3320 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTERNATIONALMACROECONOMICS PassEXEE2111MacroeconomicsII Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainingmajorinternationalmacroeconomicissues 2. identifying crucial international macroeconomic economic issues to economicexpansionofdevelopingcountries 3. analysingeconomicissuesbasedonrelevanttheories. 4. suggestsolutionofrelatedeconomicissues. Various topics of international macroeconomics which are considered relevant in analysing an open economy such as Malaysia will be offered. Thiscourseisdividedintothreemaincomponents:(1)theclassicalmodel on open macroeconomics, (2) modern approach on open macroeconomics and (3) the new theory of open macroeconomics. In addition, topics on theories of exchange rate, balance of payments crises, international macroeconomiccoordinationand,modeloftradeandeconomicgrowthwill bediscussed. 1. Agry, Victor (1994). International Macroeconomics. Theory and Policy, Routledge,London. 2. De Grauwe, Paul (2002). The Economics of Monetary Integration, 3rd Edition,OxfordUniversityPress,UK. 3. Gandolfo, Giancarlo (2001). International Finance and OpenEconomy Macroeconomics,SpringerVerlag,Berlin. 4. Isard,Peter(2005).GlobalizationandtheInternationalFinancialSystem, CambridgeUniversityPress,UK. 5. Krugman, Paul R (1995). Currencies and Crises, MIT Press, Massachusetts,USA. 6. Makin,AJ(2002).InternationalMacroeconomics,PrenticeHall,London. 7. Obstfeld, Maurice and Kenneth Rogoff (1997). Foundations of InternationalMacroeconomics,MITPress,Massachusetts,USA. 8. Pilbeam, Keith (1998). International Finance, Second Edition, Routldge, London. 9. Ugur, Mehmet (2002). An Open Economy Macroeconomics Reader, Routledge,London. 10. Vanhouse, David D (2004). The new open macroeconomics. A critical appraisal,OpenEconomiesReview,vol.51:193215. 11. Visser, Hans (2000). A Guide to International Monetary Economics, 2nd edition,EdwardElgar,UK. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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SMALLENTREPRENEURSHIPDEVELOPMENT EREE2102 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes SMALLENTREPRENEURSHIPDEVELOPMENT None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.identifytheEconomicsTheoryofEntrepreneurship; 2.comprehendthemeaningofentrepreneurshipcultureand entrepreneurshipdevelopment; 3.analysenewbusinessventure;and 4.writeabusinessplan. The course will concentrate on development and creation of entrepreneur pertaining to small enterprise, agrobase, rural industries and nonformal sector. Theories, approaches and practice of entrepreneurship that fall under this categorieswillbediscussinrelationstothenormalmanagementtheoryand practices. Thecoursewillidentifythereasonsforthecreationsofnonformalandsmall businessenterprise. It will also analyse capital accumulation, human resources and market management plus the challenges to survive among small business entrepreneur. The role and importance of small business enterprise in economic developmentwillalsobediscussinthiscourse. 1. MohdSallehDin.(2005). AsasKeusahawana.Thomson. 2. DondF.Kuratko.(1998).Entreprenneurship:AContemporaryApproach, 4thEdition. 3. www.smallbussnies.com 4. www.entrepreneurship.com 5. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Key Concepts and Skills, Author: P.B.Beaumont,Publisher:SAGEPublications. 6. MARKETING MANAGEMENT Analysis, Planning, Implementation and Control 9th Edition, Author: Philip Kotler, Publisher: PrenticeHall InternationalEditions. 7. MARKETING MANAGEMENT 13th Edition, Author: Philip Kotler, Publisher:PrenticeHallInternationalEditions. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 KK1 EM1,EM2 LS1,LS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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GENDERANDDEVELOPMENT EREE2310 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes GENDERANDDEVELOPMENT

None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identify the importance of the role of gender in the development process; 2. discussthetheoriesofgenderanddevelopment;and 3. review the methodology and framework for analysing gender dimensionsindevelopment. This course will begin with an analysis of the differential effects of the developmentprocessondifferentgendergroups.Thiswillbefollowedbya review of the theories related to gender and development. Feminist perspectiveinthisfieldwillbehighlighted.Thethirdpartofthiscoursewill examine the methodology and framework for analyzing gender dimensions in development. The suitabilityof political systemstoincorporatinggender sensitive methods in planning, policy and development programmeme will bestudiedwithreferencetotheexperienceofvariouscountriesinlastpart ofthiscourse. 1. T. and Thomas, T and Thomas, T., (ed).(1992). Pearson R.Genders Matters in Development in Allen, Poverty and Development in the 1990s.OxfordUniversityPressinassociationwiththeOpenUniversity. 2. Pahl(ed).R.E.,Onwork.,HistoricalCoperative&TheoriticalApproaches, PartIII. 3. Cromton, R. and Mann, M (eds). (1986). Gender and Stratification, CambridgePolityPress. 4. EsterBoserup,(1970).WomensRoleinEconomicDevelopment,George Alen&Unwin,London. 5. HashimR.R&HeyzerA.(eds),(1991).GenderSensitivityinDevelopment Planning,ImplementationandEvaluation,AP.D.C. 6. Husna bte Sulaiman, (1984) The Productive Activities of Malayan WomenintheMarketandHouseholdProductionSectorsPh.D.Thesis, OhioStateUniversity,. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7,CS8 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LS1,LS2,LS3,LS4 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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MICROCREDITANDFINANCE EREE2312 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MICROCREDITANDFINANCE

None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.deseribetheconceptofpovertyandruraldevelopment; 2.analysetherelationshipbetweencapitalandeconomicsdevelopment; 3.identifythenonformalsectorandnonformalcredit; 4.comprehendbasicfinancialmanagementinmicrocredit;and 5.prepareaprojectedcashflowanalysisforverysmallbusinesses. Thecoursewilldiscussruraldevelopmenttheoryandpovertyprobleminthe ruralsector. It will also touched the relationship between capital and economic development. It will also identify the structure on nonformal economics and nonformal credit. Basic financial management technique for small businesses will also be thought. 1. Ghate, P.B. ADB (1990) Informal Finance: Some Findings From Asia, Manila:EconomicsandDevelopmentResourcesCenter. 2. Adams D and Fitchett D. (1992) Informal Finance in Low Income CountriesWestviewPressOxford. 3. JamesRoth,(1997).TheLimitsofMicroCreditasaRuralDevelopment Intervention,UniversityofManchester. 4. Michael P Todaro and Stephen C Smith, (2002). Economic Development8thEdition.AddissonWesley. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ANALYSISOFDEVELOPMENTPROJECTS EREE3104 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ANALYSISOFDEVELOPMENTPROJECTS None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1.definetheroleofadevelopmentprojectplannerandimplementer; 2.reviewtheimportanceofplanningforprojects; 3.demonstratetheuseoftoolsneededforplanning,managingand analysingdevelopmentprojects;and 4.developprojectreportsbasedoncasestudies. This course begins with a discussion about the meaning of a development project and various types of projects that are implemented by developmentalistswillbediscussed. Insecondpartofthiscourse,theimportanceofcriticalplanningforprojects will be discussed while the third part will discuss the process of analysing projects and conventional tools used to analyse development projects. Discussionsabouttheprojectmanagementconstitutethefourthpartofthe course and the importance of including non economic consideration in projectplanningandanalysiswillbeemphasized.Inthiscourse,studentsare alsogiventrainingtoprepareprojectreportsbasedoncasestudies. 1. Gittinger. J P. (1997). Economic Analysis of Agriculture Projects, John HopkinsfortheworldBank. 2. Austin. J. E. (1981). Agro Industrial Project Analysis of John Hopkins for EDISeriesinEconomicDevelopment.,WorldBank. 3. BarryC.EAgriculturalFinance,NewYorkInterstatePress1988. 4. Ahmad Mahdzan Ayob. (1989) Perancangan dan penilaian projek Pembangunan, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Kementrian Pendidikan Malaysia,KualaLumpur,Malaysia. 5. Abu Hassan Md Isa, (1985).Kaedah Penilaian Projek Satu Pengenalan, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Kementrian Pendidikan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.Malaysia. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7,CS8 CT1,CT2,CT3,CT4,CT5,CT6,CT7 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 KK1, EM1,EM2 LS1,LS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT EREE3105 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT

None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.identifytheconceptsofsustainabledevelopment; 2.explaintherelationshipbetweendevelopmentandtheenvironment; and 3.evaluaterelevantmanagementstrategiestosolvetheproblemsof sustainabledevelopment. Thiscoursepresentstheconceptsandissuesofsustainabledevelopment.It focusesontherelationshipbetweeneconomicdevelopmentanditsimpact on the environment as well as on management strategies for sustainable development. Aspects of environmental management in Malaysia to ensuringsustainabledevelopmentisalsodiscussed. 1. Pearce, D., Barbier, E., and Markandya, A. (1990). Sustainable DevelopmentEconomicsandEnvironmentintheThirdWorld.London: EarthscanPublications. 2. Elliot, J. A. (1994). An Introduction to Sustainable Development: The DevelopingWorld.London:Routledge. 3.Redclift,M.(1987).SustainableDevelopment:Exploringthe Contradictions.London:Routledge. 4. Bartelmus, D. (1994). Environment, Growth and Development: The ConceptsandStrategiesofSustainability.London:Routledge. 5.Khan,J.R.(1995).TheEconomicApproachtoEnvironmental andNaturalResources.Orlando:TheDrydenPress. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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COOPERATIVEDEVELOPMENT EREE3106 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes COOPERATIVEDEVELOPMENT

None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1. explaincooperativephilosophyandconcept. 2. explainthecooperativeprinciples. 3. describethecooperativeadministrativestructureandmanagement. 4. analyzed the cooperative importance and its role in the economy of a country. This course discusses concept, philosophy, definition, cooperatives principles,administrative,managementandfinance.Cooperativesprogress and role they play in an economy is also discussed. This course focuses on cooperativedevelopmentaswellasthelawandcooperativebusiness. 1. 1. Chukwu, S.C. (1992). Ekonomi Perusahaan Perniagaan Koperasi. KualaLumpur.FriedrichEbertStiftung. 2. 2. Davis,P. (1999). Managing TheCooperative Difference.Asurveyof the application of modern management practices in the cooperative context.(ILO). 3. 3. IdrisIsmail,Mohd.SafaaiSaid.(2003).PengenalanKepadaKoperasi. KualaLumpur.(UtusanPublication&DistributorsSdn.Bhd). 4. 4. Taimni, K.K. (2000). Cooperatives in Asia: From Reform to Reconstruction.(ILO) 5. 5. Birchall,J.(2003).Rediscoveringthecooperativeadvantage:Poverty reductionthroughselfhelp:InternationalLabourOrganizaton 6. Zeuli,K.A.and.Croop.,R(2004).Cooperatives:Principlesandpractices inthe21stCentury. http://learningstore.uwex.edu/assets/pdfs/A1457.PDF. CS1,CS2,CS3 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 KK1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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AGRICULTURALDEVELOPMENT EREE3107 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes AGRICULTURALDEVELOPMENT

None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. relatetheimportanceofagriculturaldevelopmentwithinthecontextof nationaldevelopment; 2. analyse the impact of the transformation of the agricultural sector to economicgrowth;and 3. assesstherelationshipbetweentheagriculturalsectorandothersectors intheeconomy. Thiscoursediscussestheimportanceofagriculturaldevelopmentwithinthe context of national economic development. Overall understanding of agricultural development requires three components which are interlinked: the share of agriculture to the overall national economic development, economic situation of traditional agriculture, and economic changes arising from agricultural modernization. These three components encompass the objectives of agricultural development which form the basis for the developmentprocessandthechangesneededfornationaldevelopment. 1. Mellor, J.W. (1966). The Economics of Agricultural Development, New York:CornellUniversityPress. 2.Haney,W.G.andField,D.R.eds.(1991).Agriculture&NaturalResources: PlanningforEducationalPrioritiesfortheTwentyfirstCenturyBoulder: WestviewPress. 3. Sivalingam, G. (1993). Malaysias Agricultural Transformation, Kuala Lumpur:PelandukPublication. 4. Das,BhagirathL.(2003).TheWTOandtheMultilateralTradingSystem: Past,PresentandFuture.Penang,Malaysia:ThirdWorldNetwork. 5. Rancangan Malaysia Kelapan (MP9), (20062010), Kuala Lumpur: PercetakanNasionalMalaysiaBerhad. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2,LL3 EM1,EM2 LS1,LS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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LANDECONOMICS EREE3301 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes LANDECONOMICS

None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. relatetheimportanceoflandasnaturalresourceinnationaleconomic development; 2. analyse demand for and supply of land resources and its relationship withotherresources;and 3. reviewproblems,threats,andprospectspertainingtolanduseissue ineconomicdevelopment. Thiscourse discusses land asthe most important factorofproduction.The discussion will focus on demand for and supply of land, the relationship between land and relevant inputoutput, decision making in land resource use,andtheroleofthegovernmentinformulatingpoliciesforlanduse. 1. Barlowe,Raleigh.(1986).LandResourceEconomics:TheEconomicsofReal Estate.4thed.EnglewoodCliffs,NewJersey,PrenticeHall,Inc. 2. Dovring, Folk. (1987). Land Economics. University of IllinoisUrbana, Boston,Massachusetts:BretonPublishers. 3. Barry, P. et al. (1983). Financial Management in Agriculture, Danville, Illinois:TheInterstatePrinters&Publishers,Inc. 4. National Land Code, (1992). International Law Book Service: Kuala Lumpur. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2 LS1,LS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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CURRENTDEVELOPMENTISSUES EREE3302 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes CURRENTDEVELOPMENTISSUES

None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.identifyvariousdevelopmentconcepts 2.analysedevelopmentissuesandproblems;and 3.proposeremedialmeasuresforrelevantdevelopmentproblems. This course examines current development issues through the analysis of human life studies. It comprises four modules which are human resource development and education, social welfare, and health service; democracy andnationhoodsystem;sustainabledevelopment;andmarketandplanning. 1. Colman,David&Nixson,Fred(1994),EconomicsofChangeInLess DevelopedCountries.Singapore:HarvesterWheatsheaf. 2. MdZhahirKechotandMansorJusoh.(2000).EkonomiMalaysia: MenghadapidanMenanganiCabaran.Bangi;PenerbitUniversiti KebangsaanMalaysia. 3. Mohd.RosliMohamad&MohamadAslamGulamHassan.(2000). PembangunanEkonomiMalaysia:EraGlobalisasi.KualaLumpur: PenerbitUniversitiMalaya. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 CT1,CT2,CT3 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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99

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AGRIBUSINESSMANAGEMENT EREE3304 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes AGRIBUSINESSMANAGEMENT

None Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1.explaininbasicagriculturalbusinessmanagement; 2.identifyagriculturalbusinessmanagementtechniquesthatcan addressbusinesschallenges;and 3. discuss the importance of the agricultural sector and its capability to generateemploymentinagriculturalbusinessforthefuture. Anyexercisesthatcorrelatedwithagriculturaleitherhappenindomestically or internationally has significantly effect the peoples and society, It can be understand and observe with background knowledge and exercise in agricultural,agriculturaleconomicsandagriculturalbusiness. This course will study the structure of agriculture organisation and the business, and discuss the principles of economy application in agricultural businesses.Itwillprovideabasicknowledgeofdiscussionforthiscourseand agriculturaleconomicinthefuture. 1. Ricketts, Cliff & Rawlins, Omri (2001). Introduction to Agribusiness. Singapore:DelmarThomsonLearning. 2. Cramer, W.D and Jensen, C.W. (1991). Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness:AnIntroduction.(5thedition).Singapore:JohnWiley&Son, Inc. 3. Chamhuri Siwar, Abd. Malik Ismail, Abdul Hamid Jaafar (eds)(1998). Reformasi Pertanian Malaysia ke arah Wawasan 2020. Bangi: Penerbit UniversitiKebangsaanMalaysia. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7 CT1,CT2,CT3,CT4,CT5 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 KK1,KK2,KK3,KK4 EM1,EM2,EM3 LS1,LS2,LS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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DEVELOPMENTANDBIOTECHNOLOGY EREE3308 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes DEVELOPMENTANDBIOTECHNOLOGY

None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identifytheconceptandroleofbiotechnologyineconomic development; 2. applytheknowledgeofbiotechnologytoevaluateitscontribution toenhancingeconomicactivitiesparticularlyagricultural production;and 3. discussthesignificanceofethicalissuesinbiotechnologicalresearchand developmentapplicableforeconomicdevelopment. This paper discusses the concepts of biotechnology in economic development. It emphasises on the impact of biotechnology on socio economic welfare especially in agricultural production and innovations. Topics discussed include technological capability in developing related industries; suitability and implementation problems; environmental and ethicalissues;challengesandprospectsineconomicdevelopment. 1. Sasson, Albert., dan Costarini, Vivien. (1991), Biotechnologies in Perpective:SocioeconomicImplicationsforDevelopingCountries.Paris: UnitedNationEducational,ScientificandCulturalOrganization 2. Dyson, Anthony and Harrris, John (1994), Ethics and Biotechnology. London:Routledge. 3. Getubig, Ismael P. Jr., Chopra, V.L., dan Swaminathan, M.S., (1991), Biotechnology for Asian Agriculture: Public Policy Implication. Kuala Lumpur:AsianandPacificDevelopmentCentre. 4. Da Silva, E.J., Ratledge, Collin., dan Sasson, Albert. (1992), Biotechnology, Economics and Social Aspects: Issues For Developing Countries.Cambridge:TheUniversityPress. 5. OECD (1988) Biotechnology and The Changing Role of Government. Paris:OECDPublicationsService. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7 CT1,CT2,CT3,CT4,CT5 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2 EM1,EM2,EM3 LS1,LS2,LS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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SOCIOLOGYOFDEVELOPMENT EREE3309 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes SOSIOLOGYOFDEVELOPMENT

EXEE2113SOCIOLOGYI Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. relatesociologicalapproachesindevelopmentplanningandpolicies; 2. evaluatevariousissuesofdevelopmentfromsociological perspectives;and 3. analysevariousissuesinthesociologyofdevelopment. Thiscourseexposesstudentstosocialanalysisindevelopmentplanningand policies. It focuses on knowledge about systems, social theories and processes,politicsandculturefordevelopmentplanningandpolicies. 1. Schaefer,RichardT.(2005).Sociology,9th Edition.McGrawHill Companies. 2. Kendal, D. (2004). Sociology In Our Times: The Essentials, 5th Edition. ThompsonWardsworth. 3. Henslin,HoursesM.(2005).Sociology:ADownToEarthApproach,7th Edition.PearsonAllynandBacon. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 TS1,TS2,TS3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENT EREE3310 3Credits Learning Outcomes COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENT

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Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identifybasicconceptsandperspectivesofcommunityDevelopment; 2. evaluatetheimportanceofcommunitydevelopmentinnational development;and 3. analysevariousstrategiesandissuesofcommunitydevelopmentarising fromthedevelopmentprocessofnations. This course exposes students to basic knowledge, strategies and issues of community development. Topics covered include concepts, theoretical perspectives, context, models of and approaches to community development. 1. Ferguson, R. and Dickens, W. (1999). Urban Problems and Communit Development.BrookingsInstitutionPress. 2. Karen, K. and Ashman, K. (2000). Human Behavior, Communities, Organizations and Groups in the Macro Sosial Environment: An EmpowermentApproach.WadsworthPublisherCo. 3. Gittell, R. and Vidal, A. (1998). Community Organizing. Sage Publications. 4. Hoff, M. (ed). (1998). Sustainable Community Development. Lewis Publisher. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7,CS8 TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5 LL1,LL2,LL3 LS1,LS2,LS3,LS4 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

Bachelor of Economics

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GROWTHANDDISTRIBUTION EREE3311 3Credits Prerequisite Learning Outcomes GROWTHANDDISTRIBUTION

EGEE2102ECONOMICSDEVELOPEMENT Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explaintheimportanceofgrowth,developmentandequalityinthe distributionofincome; 2. knowthetheoriesandconceptofpovertyandincomedistribution;and 3. discusspolicyissuesinaddressingthepovertyandincomedistribution problem. Thiscoursefocusesoneconomicgrowth,development,povertyandincome distribution.Thebasicissuepertainstothewidespreadincidenceofpoverty andthewideninggapbetweentherichandthepoorindevelopingcountries despite experiencing sustained economic growth. Globally, the concern is increasingincomeinequalitybetweenrichandpoorcountries. 1. Cypher, James M. and Dietz, James L. (2004). The Process of Economic Development.NewYork:Routledge. 2. Dowling, J.M and Valenzuela, M.R. (2004). Economic Development in Asia.Singapore:ThomsonLearning. 3. Todaro, Micheal. (2000). Economic Development. Essex: Addison Wesley. 4. Shireen Mardziah Hashim. (1998). Income Inequality and Poverty in Malaysia.Maryland:RowmanandLittlefield. 5.Sen,A.(1992).InequalityReexamined.HarvardUniversityPress. CS1,CS2,CS3 TS1,TS2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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PUBLICSECTORMANAGEMENT:THEORYANDPRACTICE EPEE2103 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PUBLICSECTORMANAGEMENT:THEORYANDPRACTICE

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognisetheimportanceofpublicsectormanagementtoanation; 2. identify the theories and strategies of public sector management in problemsolving;and 3. describe the practices and ethics of public sector management in Malaysia. The course will focus on the concept and theory linked to management framework in general. It will also focus on the practical aspects, which include the development of public sector in Malaysia, the formulation and implementation of public policy, intergovernmental relations and finally, development of globalization and its challenges to public sector management. 1. Flynn,Norman.(1990).PublicSectorManagement.NewYork:Harvester Wheatsheaf. 2. Rosenbloom, David H.(1989). Public Administration, Understanding Management, Politics and Law in the Public Sector. 2nd ed. Singapore: McGrawHill. 3. StarlingG.(1998).ManagingthePublicSector.5thed.Florida:Harcourt Brace. 4. Abdullah Sanusi Ahmad, Norma Mansor dan Abdul Kudus Ahmad. (2003), The Malaysian Democracy: Four Decades of Development, PearsonPrenticeHall,KL. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1,CT2,CT3; TS1,TS2,TS3; LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

Bachelor of Economics

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COMPARATIVEPOLITICSANDGOVERNMENT EPEE2104 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes COMPARATIVEPOLITICSANDGOVERNMENT

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. recognizethedynamicsofpoliticalprocessinvariouscommunities; 2. determinetherolesofthegovernmentandthepublicindevelopment; and 3. examinechangesinthepoliticalandgovermentalsystems. Themainfocusofthecoursearebasedonthefollowingthreethemes: Development,democracyandchange. 1. Horward J. Wiarda, (1993) Introduction to Compartive Politics: Concepts&Process,Wardworth:California. 2. Mancur Olson,(1982)TheRise & Decline of Nations,Yale:New Haven,. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1,CT2; TS1,TS2; LL1,LL2; EM1; LS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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MALAYSIASPOLITICALSTRUCTUREANDPROCESS EPEE2105 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MALAYSIASPOLITICALSTRUCTUREANDPROCESS

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None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1.describemainpoliticalconceptualframeworks; 2.explainthehistoryanddevelopmentofMalaysianpolitics; 3.interpretcurrentpoliticalissuesinMalaysia. This course consists of two main parts. In the first part, students will be exposedtoseveralpoliticalconceptualframeworksandapproachessuchas authorityandpoliticalinfluence,government,andpoliticalculture.Thenext part will discuss on Malaysias political background and development and the role of political structure and function in Malaysias political system. It willalsodiscussmajorpoliticalissuessuchasdemocracy,socialjustice,and equality. 1. Ball,AlanR.(1993),PolitikdanKerajaanModen.KualaLumpur:Dewan BahasadanPustaka. 2. Milne,R.S.,Mauzy,DianeK.(1999),MalaysianPoliticsUnderMahathir. London:Routledge. 3. Crouch, Harold. (1996). Government and Society in Malaysia. Ithaca, NY:CornellUniversityPress. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

Bachelor of Economics

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COMPARATIVEPOLITICALANDDEVELOPMENTSTRATEGIES FORBUSINESSANDECONOMICDEVELOPMENT EPEE2201 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes COMPARATIVEPOLITICALDEVELOPEMENTSTRATEGIESFORBUSINESSAND ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identifytheoriesoneconomicdevelopment; 2. explain the different economic development patterns of East Asian Economies;and 3. appraiseStateandBusinessrelationshipsinEastAsia. The course will provide a comparative overview of the role of government on economic and enterprise development in East Asia. The issues covered willincludeananalysisofthedevelopmentalstatemodelandtheselective distribution of economic rents to achieve policy objectives; the forms of governmentbusinesslinkagesandhowsuchtieshavefacilitatedtheriseof majorcompaniesandstockmarketsintheregion;andtheriseofcorruption andconflictofinterestsituationduetothenexusbetweengovernmentand business and how this has contributed to economic and political crises in EastAsia. 1. Amsden,A.(1989).AsiasNextGiant:SouthKoreaandLate Industrialization,Oxford:OxfordUniversityPress. 2. Chandler,AlfredD.Jr.,FrancoAmatoriandTakashiHikino(eds).(1997). BigBusinessandtheWealthofNations,Cambridge:Cambridge UniversityPress. 3. ChangHaJoon.(2003).KickingAwaytheLadder:DevelopmentStrategy inHistoricalperspective,London:AnthemPress. 4. Gomez,EdmundTerence(ed.).(2002),PoliticalBusinessinEastAsia, London:Routledge. 5. Gomez,E.T.andJomoK.S.(1999).MalaysiasPoliticalEconomy:Politics, PatronageandProfits,Cambridge:CambridgeUniversitypress(revised edition). 6. Harvey,David.(2005).ABriefHistoryofNeoliberalism,Oxford:Oxford UniversityPress. 7. Johnson,Chalmers.(1982).MitiandtheJapaneseMiracle:TheGrowth ofIndustrialPolicy,19251975,Stanford,CA:StanfordUniversityPress. 8. Maxfield,S.andB.R.Schneider(eds).(1997).BusinessandtheStatein DevelopingCountries,Ithaca:CornellUniversityPress. 9. Wade,R.(1990).GoverningtheMarket:EconomicTheoryandtheRole ofGovernmentinTaiwansIndustrialisation,Princeton,NJ:Princeton UniversityPress. 10. WooCumings,Meredith.(1999).TheDevelopmentalState,Ithaca: CornellUniversityPress. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1; TS1; LL1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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108 Bachelor of Economics

. ........................................................................................ Faculty of Economics and Administration


HUMANRESOURCEMANAGEMENT EPEE2302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes HUMANRESOURCEMANAGEMENT

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. describethefieldandactivitiesofhumanresourcemanagement; 2. applyconceptsandtheoriesinhumanresourcemanagement; 3. analyze and identify strategic solutions to problems in human resource management; 4. reviewcontemporaryissuesinhumanresourcemanagement. Thecoursewillfocusonfunctionsofhumanresourcemanagementinclude recruitment,selection,traininganddevelopment,compensation,retention, evaluation,occupationalhealthandsafety,industrialrelationsandstrategic globalmanagement.Itdemonstratestheactivitiesandimportanceofskillsin effectivehumanresourcemanagementinpoliciesandpractices. 1. R. Wayne Mondy & Robert M. Noe (1996), Human Resource Management.NJ:PrenticeHall. 2. Bohlander, G & Snell, S. (2004), Managing Human Resource. USA: Thomson/SouthWestern. 3. Raymond A. Noe, John R. Hollenbeck, Barry Gerhart & Patrick M. Wright. (2006), Human Resource Management (5th Ed.) New York: McGrawhill/Irwin. 4. EvanM.Berman,JamesS.Bowman,JonathanP.West &Montgomery R.RanWart(2010),HumanResourceManagenentinPublicService(3rd Ed.),ThousandOaks,California,London:Sage. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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POLITICALTHEORYANDBEHAVIOR EPEE2303 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes POLITICALTHEORYANDBEHAVIOR

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None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1.describepoliticalthinkersideas; 2. explain the influence of political ideas on governments and societys behaviour; 3.chooserelevantpoliticaltheoriesforthedevelopmentofthestate. Theaimofthecourseistoexposestudentstomajorpoliticaltheoriesand philosophy. Political thinkers discussed include the Roman and Greek political thinkers, social contract theorists, Marxist, Muslim and Eastern thinkers. Political values such as freedom, justice and equality will also be coveredinthecourse. 1. Farelly,Colin.(2004),ContemporaryPoliticalTheory:AReader.London: SagePublications.Ltd. 2. Ahmad Suhelmi. (2002), Pemikiran Politik Barat: Kajian Sejarah PerkembanganPemikiranNegara, Masyarakatdan Kekuasaan. Jakarta: DarulFalah. 3. Hamid Enayat. (1982), Modern Islamic Political Thought: The Response of Shii and Sunni Muslims to the Twentieth Century. London and Basingstoke:TheMacMillanPressLtd. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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LOCALGOVERNMENTANDURBANDEVELOPMENT EPEE2306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes LOCALGOVERNMENTANDURBANDEVELOPMENT

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. applyconceptsandtheoriesoflocalgovernment; 2. developresearchintheareaoflocalgovernment;and 3. develop ability to continuously seek knowledge and acquire skills in urbangovernance. This course examines the history and development of local government in Malaysia. The position of local government in the context of Malaysias political system is also examined including issues such as decentralisation, devolutionanddeconcentrationwhichwillbediscussedatlength.Asection ofthecoursewillbedevotedtoexploringaspectsofurbanisationandeffects ontheenvironment. 1. Norris, M.W. (1980). Local Government in Peninsular Malaysia. Gower, U.K. 2. Phang Siew Nooi. (1989). Sistem Kerajaan Tempatan di Malaysia, DBP, KualaLumpur. 3. Ruland, Jurgen, (ed.). (1996). The Dynamics of Metropolitan ManagementinAsia,ISEAS,Singapore. 4. David Wilson & Chris Game Jurgen, Local Government in the United Kingdom,PalmgraveMacmillan,NewYork,2006,4thEdition. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ETHNICITY,DEVELOPMENTANDNATIONALINTEGRATION EPEE2310 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ETHNICITY,DEVELOPMENTANDNATIONALINTEGRATION

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. increasetheirunderstandingofthehistoricaldevelopmentofMalaysia as a plural society and its impact on the socioeconomic and political developmentofthecountry; 2. gainmoreknowledgeaboutcontemporaryissuespertainingtoethnic/ racerelationsofMalaysiaspluralsocietyaswellastheeconomicand politicaldevelopmentofthiscountry;and 3. understand the background of as well as the rationale behind the implementation of various development and economic policies of this countryandalsotheirrelationtotheobjectivesofnationalintegration andnationbuilding. This course involves different academic disciplines, particularly history, sociology, politics and economics. Students will be exposed to different basicideas,conceptsandtheoriesthatarerelatedtothesedisciplines. StudentswillalsobetaughtaboutthehistoricaldevelopmentofMalaysias politicaleconomyandpluralsociety.Questionsaswellasimportantthemes thatwillbediscussedincludeidentity,citizenship,andtheroleofreligion, cultureandeducationinthecontextofinterethnicrelationsinMalaysia.In addition, approaches and strategies that are relevant to the issues and problemspertainingtomanagingamultiethnicsocietyandtheirrelationship to issues surrounding integration, economic development and goals of nationbuildingwillalsobediscussed. 1. Donald L. Horowitz, (1985) Ethnic Groups in Conflict, Berkeley: UniversityofCaliforniaPress. 2. Amy Chua, (2003).World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability, New York: Doubleday. 3. NicholasTarlingandEdmundTerenceGomez,eds,(2008).TheStateand Economic Development in Multiethnic Countries: Ethnicity, Equity and theNation,London:Routledge. 4. SamuelP.Huntington,(1968).PoliticalOrderinChangingSocieties,New Haven:YaleUniversityPress. 5. Samuel P. Huntington and Joan M. Nelson, (1976).No Easy Choice: Political Participation in Developing Countries, Cambridge: Harvard UniversityPress. 6. Kevin Hewison, Richard Robison and Garry Rodan, eds, (1993). Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Democracy and Capitalism,Sydney:Allen&Unwin. 7. Edmund Terence Gomez, (1999).Chinese Business in Malaysia: Accumulation,Ascendance,Accommodation,London:Curzon. 8. Gregor Benton and Edmund Terence Gomez, (2001).Chinatown and Transnationalism:EthnicChineseinEuropeandSoutheastAsia,Canberra:
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Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora, Australian NationalUniversity. 9. Edmund Terence Gomez and Jomo K.S., (1999). Malaysias Political Economy: Politics, Patronage and Profits. Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress. 10. Patricia Sloane, (1999).Islam, Modernity and Entrepreneurship Among theMalays.NewYork:St.MartinsPress. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1,CT2,CT7; TS1,TS2; LL1; EM1; LS1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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FINANCIALADMINISTRATION EPEE3101 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes FINANCIALADMINISTRATION None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain clearly the concept and mechanism of public financial accountability; 2. analysetypesandprocessofauditinpublicsector; 3. demonstrate understanding of concept of public procurement and tenderexercise; 4. analysefinancialproblemsoflocalgovernment; 5. determinetheapproachesofpublicsectorbudgeting,budgetcycleand itsprocessesinMalaysia; 6. applicationofunitcoststatementanditsuses;and 7. discussthefinancingofcapitalexpenditure. Thiscoursehelpspublicmanagerstounderstandandcomprehendthepublic financial initiatives, its processes and control mechanism through various establishedmechanisms. 1. Coombs & Jenkins, Public Sector Financial Management, Thomson Learning3rdEdition. 2. B.J.Reed&ProfessorJohnW..Swain,PublicFinanceAdministration, PrenticaHallCollegeDivision,2ndedition,2008. 3. S.L. Goel Public Financial Adminstration, Deep & Deep Publication, Delhi,2008. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:70% FinalExamination:30%

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INDUSTRIALRELATIONS EPEE3111 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INDUSTRIALRELATIONS

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None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. identifythebasicprinciplesofindustrialrelations,accountabilityaswell asitsbenefitstotheemployees; 2. recognise the role of various stakeholders in solving industrial dispute; and 3. describe the importance of various Acts that seek to redress industrial relationsissues. The course will examine various aspects of employment relations in achievingorganizationalobjectives.Itwilllookintoindustrialrelationsasa subject area that seeks to achieve harmonious environment as well as solvingdisputesbetweenemployersandemployees.Itwillalsoexaminethe EmploymentActof1955,theIndustrialRelationsActandtheLabourUnion Act. 1. Maimunah Aminuddin. (2007). Malaysian Industrial Relations and EmploymentAct,6thed.McGrawHill:Malaysia. 2. Anantaraman,V.(1997),MalaysianIndustrialRelations:Law&Practice. Serdang:UPMPress. 3. Michael Salamon. (2000). Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice, 4th ed.PrenticeHall:UK. 4. Siti Zahara Jamaluddin. (1997). Pengenalan kepada Akta Kerja 1955. PenerbitUniversitiMalaya:KL. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1,CT2,CT3; TS1,TS2,TS3; LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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ORGANISATIONALBEHAVIOUR EPEE3112 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ORGANISATIONALBEHAVIOUR

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. applytheprinciplesoforganizationalbehaviourinemployment; 2. demonstrate ability for systematic approach in explaining behaviour in anorganization;and 3. recognise and relate to staff behaviour in on organization and work relatedenvironment. This course deals with staff behavior in an organization. It provides a synopsis of issues related to organizational behavior such as attitudes and jobsatisfaction,communication,andmanagingdiversityinanorganization. 1. Robbins, Stephen P and Timothy A. Judge (a) (2008). Essentials of Organizational Behavior(9th ed.).PearsonPrentice Hall: Upper Saddle River,NJ. 2. Kreitner, Robert and Angelo Kinicki. (2007). Organizational Behavior (7thed.).McGrawHill:Bostonetc. 3. Robbins, Stephen P. and Timothy A. Judge (b) (2007). Organizational Behavior(12thed.).PearsonPrenticeHall:UpperSaddleRiver,NJ. 4. Quinn, Robert E. et al. (1996). Becoming a Master Manager: A CompetencyFramework(2nded.)JohnWiley:NewYork. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1; LS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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OCCUPATIONALSAFETYANDHEALTH EPEE3114 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes OCCUPATIONALSAFETYANDHEALTH None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. relate theories concerning accidents with human resource management approach; 2. identifysafetyissuesatworkplace; 3. formulateacomprehensivesafetyprogrammeatworkplace;and 4. addresssafetyissuesatworkplace. By employing the Human Resource Management approach, this course introducesimportanttopicsinthefieldofoccupationalsafetyandhealth.It also trains students to be equipped with sufficient knowledge and skills to perform their functions in human resources management especially with respecttooccupationalsafetyandhealth. 1. Goetsch,D.L.(2008).OccupationalSafetyandHealthforTechnologists, Engineers,andManagers.(6th.ed)NewJersey:PrenticeHall. 2. Dalton, A.J.P. (1998). Safety, Health and Environmental Hazards at the Workplace.UK:Cassell. 3. Malaysia,AktaKeselamatandanKesihatanPekerjaan(1994)(Akta514). 4. Foot,M.&Hook,C.(2002).IntroducingHumanResourceManagement. (3rd.ed)Essex:AddisonWesleyLongmanLtd. CT1,CT2,CT3,CT4CT5; TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5; LL1,TS2,TS3; EM1,EM2,EM3; LS1,LS2,LS3 ContinuousAssessment:70% FinalExamination:30%

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MANAGEMENTSKILLSTECHNIQUE EPEE3115 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MANAGEMENTSKILLSTECHNIQUE

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None Attheendofthecourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. discuss management functions, managerial roles and skills of an organisation; 2. identify and distinguish the different techniques commonly used in decisionmakingandproblemsolvingprocess;and 3. applythetechniqueslearnedtodifferentdecisionmakingandproblem solvingsituations. This course discusses management skills quantitative as well as qualitative approaches in decision making and problem solving process in an organisation. The first part of the discussion introduces students to management functions, managerial roles and skills, followed by decision theory and commonly used quantitative and qualitative management techniques. 1. Baldwin, Bommer, Rubin. (2008). Developing Management Skills: What GreatManagersKnowandDo,McGrawHill. 2. Hellriegel,Jackson,Soocum.(2005).Management:ACompetency BasedApproach,10theditiobn,Thomson. 3. Hillier F.S., Hillier M.S. (2008). Introduction to Management Science withStudentCD,3rdedition,McGrawHill. 4. RafikulIslam.(2005).EssentialsofManagementScience,Thomson. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS7; CT1,CT2,CT3; TS1; LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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INTERNATIONALPOLITICS EPEE3301 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes INTERNATIONALPOLITICS None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. to understand basic theories of international politics such idealism realismandneorealism; 2. toexplainthecomplexitiesofworldpoliticsandtheircloserelationship with other academic disciplines such as economics, law and security; and 3. toarticulateanddebateoncontemporaryglobalissues. The first part of the course will introduce students to the basic theoretical knowledge of international politics and economics and also, concepts such as anarchy, interdependence, national interests, etc. Contemporary globalissueswillalsobediscussedinthesecondpartofthecourse. 1. DAnieri,Paul(2010),InternationalPolitics:PowerandPurposeinGlobal Affairs.Wadsworth,CenganeLearning;Singapore. 2. Baylis, J., Smith, S., and Owens, P. (2008). The Globalization of world {olitics: An Introduction to International Relations, 4th Edt. Oxford UniversityPress;KualaLumpur. 3. Snow,DonaldM.andEugeneBrown,(2000).InternationalRelations: The Changing Contours of Power, Addison Wesley Longman, Inc., new York. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS7; CT1,CT2; TS1,TS2; LL1,LL2; EM1,EM2; LS1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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COMMUNICATIONINPOLITICSANDADMINISTRATION EPEE3302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes COMMUNICATIONINPOLITICSANDADMINISTRATION

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. review the approaches to the study of organizational communication andpoliticalcommunication; 2. discuss theory and research on the role of communication in organizations; 3. recognize effective communications in managing organizations, in conflictmanagement,andinpolitics;and 4. discusstheagentsandtheirrolesinpoliticalcommunication. Thiscourse examinesthe variousapproachesand models in organizational communication and political communication. Effective processes of communicationand itseffects areexplored in the contextsof organization andpolitics. 1. Argenti, P.A. (1998), Corporate Communication. Massachusetts: Irwin McGrawHill. 2. Goldhaber, Gerald M. (1992), Komunikasi dalam Organisasi. Kuala Lumpur:DewanBahasadanPustaka. 3. Ismail, Narimah & Wok, Saodah. (2003), Komunikasi Organisasi. Kuala Lumpur:PTSPublication&Distributor. 4. McNair, Brian. (2000), An Introduction to Political Communication. London:Routledge. 5. Miller, K. (1999), Organizational Communication: Approaches and Processes.Belment,CA:WadsworthPub. 6. Van Riel, Cees B.M. (1995), Principles of Corporate Communication. Harlow,England:PearsonEducation. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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METROPOLITANPLANNING EPEE3305 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes METROPOLITANPLANNING None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. acquireknowledgeonmetropolitanplanning; 2. conductresearchonissuespertainingtometropolitancities;and 3. applytheconceptsandtheoriesofmetropolitanplanning. This course introduces students to the various issues facing metropolitan growth,itsdynamicsandwaysofmanagingtheseurbanareas.Thefocuswill beonMalaysiaandwhererelevant,experiencesfromothercountrieswillbe included particularly with regards to impacts of globalization on planning of metropolitanareas. 1. GohBanLee(1991),UrbanPlanninginMalaysia,TempoPublishing(M)Sdn bhd:PetalingJaya. 2. ShamSaniRybcczynski,Witold(2010).MakeshiftMetropolis:IdeasAbout Cities,Scribner:NewYork. 3. Sivananthi Thanenthiran (ed), (2004). Cities, Citizens & Civilizations, TUGI publication,UNDP. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1,TS2,TS3; EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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PROJECTMANAGEMENTANDANALYSIS EPEE3306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PROJECTMANAGEMENTANDANALYSIS

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain the concepts, techniques and issues in project planning and management; 2. designaprojectplanningandmanagement;and 3. evaluate and analyse the strengths and weaknesses of a particular projectplanningandmanagement. Learning,examiningandanalyzingthepolicyprogrammeprojectframework includingtheprojectcycle,startingbyinvestigating,analyzinganddesigning aprojectandconcludedbyprojectmanagementtechniques. 1. ParagDiwan.(1999),ProjectManagement.KualaLumpur,GoldenBooks Center. 2. Jack Gido and Clements J.P. (1999), Successful Project Management. Cincinnati,Ohio,SouthWesternCollegePublishing. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 Assignment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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PUBLICPOLICY EPEE3308 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PUBLICPOLICY

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. interpret the theory and approach in public policy in the context of publicadministrationinMalaysia; 2. examinethevariouspublicpolicymodels;and 3. analyse the process involved in drafting and implementing public policies. This course examines public policy in Malaysia. It studies the process involvedinpublicpolicymakingandtheroleofeachlevelofgovernmenti.e. central, state and local in drafting and implementation of public policies in thiscountry. 1. Dunn, W.N. (1994). Public Policy Analysis An Introduction, Prentice Hall:Englewoods,Cliffs,NewJersey. 2. Dye, T. (1999). Understanding Public Policy, Prentice Hall: Englewoods, Cliffs,NewJersey. 3. World Bank Report. (2001). Facets of Globalization: International and LocalDimensionsofDevelopment,WashingtonDC. 4. Hickey, Samuel and Mohan, Giles (eds.). (2004). Participation: from tyrannytotransformation?,ZedBooksLtd.London. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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PUBLICENTERPRISESANDPRIVATISATION EPEE3309 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PUBLICENTERPRISESANDPRIVATISATION

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. comparemanagementperspectivesofpublicandprivateenterprises; 2. evaluate the strength and weaknesses of public enterprises and privatisation;and 3. cxamine the weakness and success of public enterprises and privatisationpolicyinMalaysiaandoverseas. The course introduces various aspects on public enterprises as well as evaluatesmajorimplementationissuesofprivatizationofpublicenterprises. 1. Hanson, A.H. (1965), Public Enterprise and Economic Development, London:Routledge&KeganPaul. 2. Raja Mohamed Affandi (1981), Perusahaan Awam di Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur:SarjanaEnterprise. 3. Kuppusamy Singaravelloo (2000), Perusahaan Awam Menuju Penswastaan,dalam Mohd. RosliMohamad & MohamedAslam Gulam Hassan (eds.), Pembangunan Ekonomi Malaysia Era Globalisasi, Kuala Lumpur:PenerbitUniversitiMalaya. 4. IsmailSalleh&H.OsmanRani(1991),TheGrowthofthePublicSectorin Malaysia,ChapterIV:PublicEnterprises,ISIS. 5. Kuppusamy S. (1995), Employee Welfare, dalam Jomo K.S. (ed.), PrivatizingMalaysia:Rents,Rhetoric,Realities:Boulder:WestviewPress. CT1CT2,CT3; TS1,TS2,TS3,TS4,TS5; LL1,LL2,LL3; EM1,EM2 ContinuousAssessment:70% FinalExamination:30%
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TOTALQUALITYMANAGEMENT EPEE3313 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes TOTALQUALITYMANAGEMENT

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain the concepts, models, tools and other aspects regarding the achievementandmanagementofqualityinorganizations; 2. assessthestrengthsandweaknessesofthosetheyalreadyunderstood; 3. simulate on the methods of implementing total quality management programme;and 4. evaluatetheimplementationofqualityprogrammeinanorganization. Thecoursewilldiscussthefollowings: 1. Characteristicsandtheproblemsofchangeincludingthedefinitionsof qualityandthehistoryofqualitymovement; 2. Motivation and teams, including team formation, definitions, leadership,trainingandcounseling,patternsandstylesofmanagement, internalandexternalmotivation,customerandprocess; 3. Approachesandmethodsofproblemsolving; 4. UnderstandingDemingsSystemofProfoundKnowledge; 5. Quality leadership, with a focus on customers and continuous improvement;and 6. QualitymovementanditsrelationshiptoISO9000. 1. Parang Diwan. (1999), Total Quality Management. Kuala Lumpur, GoldenBooksCenter. 2. Gred Bounds, et. al. (1994), Beyond Total Quality Management. New York,McGrawJohnWiley&Sons. 3. WilliamJ.Kolarik.(1995),CreatingQuality.NewYork,McGrawHill. 4. BrrieG.Dale.(1994),ManagingQuality.NewYork,PrenticeHall. 5. Roland Caulcutt. (1995), Achieving Quality Improvement. London, ChapmanandHall. CS1,CS2,CS3; TS1 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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COMPENSATIONANDBENEFITS EPEE3323 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes COMPENSATIONANDBENEFITS

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. describecompensationstrategyanditsformulation; 2. explain clearly how organization can achieve internal alignment and externalcompetitiveness; 3. analysejobevaluationmethods; 4. designpaylevelsandstructure;and 5. formulate benefits and incentives for management and non managementstaffs. Thiscourseisdesignedtoenablestudentstounderstandfundamentalways ofmanagingcompensationandbenefits.Itwillincludethefollowingtopics; strategy perspectives, internal alignment, job analysis and evaluation, external competitiveness, designing pay levels, administration of employee benefitsandincentives. 1. MilkovichandNewman,Compensation,McGrawhillandIrwin,11th edition. 2. Thomas Bergmann, Compensation and Decision Making, Harcourt CollegePublishers,7thedition. CS1,CS2,CS3; CT1,CT2,CT3; LL1,LL2 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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SURVEYANDSAMPLINGMETHODS ESEE2101 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes SURVEYANDSAMPLINGMETHODS
ESEE2201

Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explain different sampling designs and data collection methods for surveys; 2. applyprobabilitysamplingtechniques; 3. operationalizesurvey; 4. analysesurveydata;and 5. andcommunicateeffectivelysurveyfindings

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This course is designedtoenhance students knowledge in sampling and survey methods. Part one introduces students to various stages of a survey including planning, coverage, methods of data collection and questionnairedesign. Part two covers various probability sampling techniques such as simple random sampling, stratified random sampling, cluster sampling and systematicsampling,andnonprobabilitysamplingtechniques. Studentswillalsolearnthebasictechniquesinanalyzingsurveydataand reportwriting. 1. Babbie,E.(2011), TheBasicsofSocial Research,(5th ed.),Wadsworth PublishingCompany. 2. Babbie, E. (2010), The Practise of Social Research, (12thed.), WadsworthPublishingCompany. 3. Scheaffer, R.L., Mendenhall, W. & Ott Lyman. (2006). Elementary SurveySampling,(6thed.),WadsworthPublishingCompany,Boston. CS1,CS2 CTPS5 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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BUSINESSCOMPUTING ESEE2301 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes BUSINESSCOMPUTING

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainthesignficanceofinformationsysteminbusiness; 2. identify the different components of information technology in business; 3. usebasicsoftwareapplicationsforbusiness;and 4. developaninformationsystemforbusiness. This course aims to introduce students to the important components in information technology architecture, including hardware, software, database, and networks. This course exposes students to the process of building a business information system. It also equips them with the knowledge of using various software applications to build a business informationsystem. 1. Haag, S. (2009). Information systems essentials. (3rd ed.) New York: McGrawHill/Irwin. 2. Laudon, K.C. & Laudon, J.P. (2010). Management Information System: Managing the Digital Firm. (11th ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education. 3. Grauer,R.T.,Barber,M.,Krebs,C.,Lockley,M.,Scheeren,J&Mulbery, K.(2008).ExploringMicrosoftOffice2007,Volume1andStudentCD (v.1).NewJersey:PrenticeHall. 4. Marghitu,D.(2006). MicrosoftOffice FrontPage2003.New Jersey: PrenticeHall. CS1,CS2 CT3 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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MANAGERIALDECISIONMAKING ESEE2302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MANAGERIALDECISIONMAKING ESEE1101orESEE1102andESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. explainvariousmethodsofoperationsresearch; 2. identifytheappropriatemethodsfordecisionmaking; 3. constructandutilisequantitativedecisionmodels; 4. utilisecomputersoftwaretosolvethequantitativemodels;and 5. applythismodelinmanagerialdecisionmaking. The course introduces the students to the areas of operations research andfocusesonspecificquantitativemethodsandmodelsfortheanalysis andoptimisationofcomplexproblemsinpublicadministration,economics and business. The methods investigated include linear programming, project scheduling, decision analysis, queuing analysis, and inventory management. Students will also be introduced to computer software for solvingthequantitativemodels. 1. Taylor III, Bernard W. (2010). Introduction to Management Science. 10thedition.PrenticeHall. 2. Winston W. L. and Albright, S.C. (2001). Practical Management Science.Duxbury,ThomsonLearning.

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DATAANALYSIS ESEE2305 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes DATAANALYSIS

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ESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. validatedatausingstatisticalsoftware; 2. preparedataforanalysis; 3. analyzeandinterpretdata; 4. reportfindingsoftheanalysis;and 5. drawvalidconclusionfordecisionmaking. The course focuses on validating, processing and analysis of data using statisticalsoftware. Topicscoveredincludedataentry,checkingforinconsistencies,generating new variables, obtaining descriptive statistics/crosstabulations/charts, hypothesistestingandintroductiontomultivariateanalysis. 1. Carver & Nash. (2009). Doing Data Analysis with SPSS Version 16. Thomson 2. Marija J. Norusis. (2009). SPSS 17.0 Guide to Data Analysis. Pearson HigherEducation. 3. Cookes,S.J.(2010).SPSSAnalysisWithoutAnguishUsingSSPSVersion 17.0forWindows,JohnWiley&SonsAustralia,Ltd. 4. Sweet,S.AandMartin,K.G.(2008).DataAnalysiswithSPSS,Pearson. 5. Middleton,M.R.,(2004).DataAnalysisUsingMicrosoftExcel(updated forMicrosoftOfficeXP),Thompson. 6. Dunn, D.S., (2009). Statistics and Data Analysis for the Behavioural Sciences.McGrawHill. CS1,CS2 CT2,CT5 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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TIMESERIESANALYSIS ESEE3103 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes TIMESERIESANALYSIS

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ESEE2102 Attheendofthiscourse,studentsareableto: 1. identifypatternsintimeseriesdata; 2. analyzethecharacteristicsandbehaviouroftimeseriesdata; 3. developvariousmodelsforforecasting;and 4. evaluatetheresultsarisingfromtheapplicationoftimeseriesanalysis inbusiness,economicsandadministration. The course covers concepts and their application in business, economics andadministrationforthepatternsintimeseriesdata,deterministictime series models, stochastic time series models, model selection and evaluationandforecastevaluation. 1. Makridakis,S.,S.C.WheelwrightandHyndman.(1998).Forecasting: Methods&Applications.NewYork:Wiley. 2. Wilson,J.HoltonandB.Keating.(2002).BusinessForecasting,4thEd, NewYorK:McGrawHill 3. Bowerman, B. L., R. T. O'Connell, A. B. Koehler, (2005). Forecasting, Time Series and Regression. 4th Ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/ Cole. 4. Gujarati, D. N., (2003). Basic Econometrics. 4th Edn. New York: McGrawHill. CS1 CT1,CT2,CT5 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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EXPERIMENTALDESIGN ESEE3104 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes EXPERIMENTALDESIGN

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ESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. applythebasicprinciplesinthedesignofexperiments; 2. usedifferentexperimentaldesigns; 3. analysetheresultsofanexperiment;and 4. drawvalidconclusionsfromtheanalysis. Thiscourseexposesstudentstobasicdesignsthatareusedinexperiments aswellasrelatedstatisticalanalyses.Theseincludetestsforassumptions, transformation, multiple comparisons and nonparametric tests. The topics also cover factorial designs, which include confounding and fractionalreplication 1. Ryan,T.P., (2007). Modern Experimental Design, New York: Wiley Interscience. 2. Montgomery,D.C,(1991).DesignandAnalysisofExperiments.3ded. NewYork:JohnWiley. 3. Petersen,R.G.(1985).DesignandAnalysisofExperiments.NewYork: MarcelDekker,Inc. 4. Kuehl, (1994). R.O. Statistical Principles of Research Design and Analysis,Belmont:DuxburyPress. CS1,CS2 CT3,CT5 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%

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ECONOMETRICANALYSIS ESEE3105 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ECONOMETRICANALYSIS

ESEE2102 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. constructandestimateeconometricmodels; 2. useeconometricsoftwareforestimationsandpredictions; 3. useeconometricmodelsforthepurposeofinference; 4. evaluatethe results from theapplications ofeconometric analysis in businessandeconomics;and 5. drawvalidconclusionsfromtheresultsoftheanalysis. This course covers the classical regression model using matrix approach. Diagnostic testing and problems of estimation (multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, autocorrelation) are discussed in the context of the relaxation of classical assumptions. Advanced topics on singleequation system cover independent and dependent dummy variables as well as distributed lag and autoregressive models. This course is taught using analytical and empirical approaches through the use of statistical software. 1. Gujarati,D.(2003)BasicEconometrics,4thed.,McGrawHill. 2. Stock,J.H.,andM.W.Watson,2007,IntroductiontoEconometrics,2nd ed.,Pearson. 3. Wooldridge, J. M.(2003). Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach,2nded.,ThompsonLearning. 4. Pyndick, R. S. & Rubinfeld, D. L. (1991). Econometric Models and EconomicForecasts,3rded.,McGrawHill. CS1,CS2 CT5 ContinuousAssessment :40% FinalExamination:60%

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FINANCIALECONOMETRICS ESEE3108 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes FINANCIALECONOMETRICS ESEE2102 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. applyeconometrictechniquesdesignedforfinancialtimeseries; 2. conductfinancialtheoryanalysisbasedonthesetechniques; 3. evaluatetheresultsfromtheanalysis;and 4. drawvalidconclusionsforfinancialdecisionmaking. The course introduces the methods of construction of stock market indices, computation of returns with adjustment on capital changes and estimations of betas. The concepts of forecast errors, tests of market efficiency and analysis of daily stock price behaviour are discussed. The conceptsofspuriousregression,stochasticprocess,stationarityandorder ofintegrationareintroduced.VARmodelling,impulseresponsefunction, variance decomposition, causality test, cointegration, error correction mechanismandARCHmodelsarediscussed.Thesetechniquesaretaught usingavarietyoffinancialmodels. 1. Brooks, C., (2008), Introductory Econometrics for Finance, 2nd ed, Cambridge. 2. K.L.Kok and K.L.Goh. (1995), Malaysian SecuritiesMarket: Indicator, Risk, Return, Efficiency and Intermarket Dependence, Pelanduk Publications. 3. EndersW,(1995),AppliedEconometricTimeSeries.JohnWiley. 4. CampbellJ.,Lo.,A.W.andMacKinlayA.C.(1997),TheEconometricsof FinancialMarkets.PrincetonUniversityPress. 5. Tan, H.B.andHooy,C.W.(2005),UnderstandingtheBehaviorofthe MalaysianStockMarket.UniversitiPutraMalaysiaPress. 6. Asteriou,D.,andHall(2007),S.G.,AppliedEconometrics,Palgrave. CS1,CS2 CT1,CT2,CT5 LL1 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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DEMOGRAPHICTECHNIQUESANDAPPLICATIONS ESEE3301 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes DEMOGRAPHICTECHNIQUESANDAPPLICATIONS

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. examinechangesinthesizeandstructureofpopulation; 2. apply demographic measures and techniques to evaluate the impact ofpopulationchanges; 3. useappropriatesoftwareforanalysisofpopulationdynamics; 4. relatepopulationdynamicstosocioeconomicdevelopment;and 5. evaluate the results from the application of demographic measures andtechniquestopopulationdata. The course covers basic demographic concepts and their applications; sourcesofdemographicdata;basicdemographicmeasuresformortality, fertility, nuptiality and migration; life tables; population estimation and projection;andtheuseofdemographicdataforplanning. Statisticalsoftwareisusedforthecomputationofdemographicmeasures, populationprojectionandsimulationofpopulationprocesses. 1. Rowland, D.T. (2008). Demographic Methods and Concepts. Oxford UniversityPress. 2. Hinde, Andrew. (1998). Demographic Methods. Hodder Arnold Publication. 3. Preston, S.H. (2000). Demography: Measuring and Modelling PopulationProcesses.BlackwellPublishing. 4. Siegel, Jacob.(2001).AppliedDemography:ApplicationstoBusiness, Government,LawandPublicPolicy.ElsevierAcademicPress. 5. Siegel, J.S and Swanson, D.A. 2009 The Methods and Materials of Demography,ElsevierAcademicPress. CS1,CS2

ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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MATHEMATICALSTATISTICS ESEE3302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes MATHEMATICALSTATISTICS

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ESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. determinetheprobabilitydistributionofarandomvariable; 2. determine the probability distribution of a function of a random variable; 3. usevariousmethodsofestimationtoobtainestimators;and 4. applystatisticaltheorytosolvereallifeproblems. Thiscourseisdesignedtointroducethestudenttothetheoryofstatistics. Topics include the concept of random variables, joint, marginal and conditional probability distributions, moments, momentgenerating functions, distribution functions of random variables, order statistics, methodsofestimationandpropertiesofanestimator. 1. WackerlyD.D,MendenhallW&Scheaffer,R.L.(2002).Mathematical StatisticswithApplications.(6thed.)Duxbury. 2. Carson,W.L.andThorne.B.(1997).AppliedStatisticalMethodsfor Business,EconomicsandtheSocialSciences.PrenticeHall. 3. Freund,J.E.(1986).MathematicalStatistics.(5thed.)PrenticeHall. 4. Larsen, R. J. & Marx, M. L. (1986). An introduction to Mathematical StatisticsandItsApplications.(2nded.)PrenticeHall. CS1,CS2 CT5 ContinuousAssessment:40% FinalExamination:60%
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ACTUARIALMATHEMATICS ESEE3305 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes ACTUARIALMATHEMATICS ESEE2201 Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. Identify the various measurement of interest with its standard notation; 2. Describe, differentiate and compute the present value and accumulated value of cash flow for various types of basic annuities, bonds, stocks, life insurances and life annuities using the concepts in theoryofinterestandsurvivalmodelwithitsactuarialnotation;and 3. Evaluate the best option for specific financial problems using the conceptinTheoryofInterest. Thiscourseexposesstudentstothefundamentalofactuarialscience.The firstpartofthecoursecoversvarioustopicsinfinancialmathematicssuch assimple/compoundinterest,discount,nominal/effectiveratesofinterest, constant/varying force of interest, equivalent measures of interest, yield rate, equation of value, present value/future value/net present value, annuity certain (immediate and due), perpetuity (immediate and due), inflation, bonds, amortization and sinking funds. The second part of the course covers survival distributions, the use of mortality tables and the basiclifecontingenciesdefinition.Lifeannuitiesandlifeinsurancewillalso becovered. 1. Yiu Kuen Tse; WaiSum Chan, (2007). Financial and Actuarial Mathematics.(1sted.).McGrawHill. 2. Kellison, S.G. (1991). Theory of Interest. (2nd ed.). McGraw Hill / Irwin. 3. Bowers,N.L.,Gerber,H.U.,Hickman,J.C.,Jones,D.A.,andNesbitt,C.J. (1997).ActuarialMathematics.(2nded.).SocietyofActuaries. 4. Guthrie,G.C.,andLemon,L.D.(2003).MathematicsofInterestRates andFinance.PrenticeHall. CS1 CT3,CT5 ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%

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STATISTICALCOMPUTING ESEE3306 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes STATISTICALCOMPUTING

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None Attheendofthiscourse,thestudentsareableto: 1. construct procedures for statistical analysis using selected computer languages; 2. extractstatisticalinformationfromdatabases; 3. applytheproceduresdevelopedonarealdatasetand 4. communicatethefindingseffectively. This course exposes student to the use of programmeming to extract statistical information from databases. Programmeming concepts and databasesaretaughtusingcomputersoftware.Programmemingconcepts includetopicslikedatatypes,programmemingstructure,builtinfunctions and programmemer defined procedures. Database concepts include databasedevelopment,records,datamanipulation,reportingandqueries. These concepts are used to develop an information system that links programmemestodatabases. 1. Bagui,S.&Earp,R.(2003).LearningSQL:AStepbyStepGuideUsing Access.AddisonWesley. 2. Alexandar.M.(2007)MicrosoftAccessDataAnalysis.Wiley. 3. P.Sellapan. Access (2000) Through Examples: A reference For Beginners.TimesPublications. 4. Sellapan,P.(2006).ProgramminginVisualBasic6.VentonPublishing. CS1,CS2,CS4

ContinuousAssessment:50% FinalExamination:50%
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GRADUATIONEXERCISE EXEE3185 6Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes GRADUATIONEXERCISE Completed at least 60 credit hours of coursework, including a pass in EXEE2105ResearchMethodology Attheendofthetraining,thestudentsareableto: 1. identify and solve research problems in the fields of economics and administrationorrelatedsubjects; 2. apply relevant theories and methodology in solving certain issues or researchproblem;and 3. acquireskillsinconductingresearchandreportwriting. Thisexerciseequipsthestudentwithskillsinidentifyingresearchproblems, conducting research and analysing data by using appropriate methods and reportingresearchoutcomessystematically. CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CS7 CT1,CT2,CS3,CT4,CT5,CT6,CT7 LL1,LL2,LL3 KK1,KK2 EM1,EM2,EM3 LS1,LS2,LS3 Projectreport:100%

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ELECTIVE OFFERED COURSES BY OTHER FACULTIES PRINCIPLESOFECONOMICS EXEE1302 3Credit Prerequisite Learning Outcomes PRINCIPLESOFECONOMICS None Attheendofthecourse,studentsareableto: 1. explainbasiceconomicconceptsandprinciples; 2. relateeconomicdisciplinetoreallifeproblems; 3. examinehoweconomicsystemsfunction;and This course introduces the fundamentals and basic principles of economics especially to students who have no prior exposure to economics. These principles can be applied to decision making by individuals, firms or governments in resource allocation. The course covers microeconomic and macroeconomictheoriesandtheirapplicationstotheMalaysianeconomy. 1. Mankiw,G.,(2007).PrinciplesofEconomics,Thomson,International Edition. 2. Parkin,M.(2003).Economics.(InternationalEdition),AddisionWesley. 3. AbdulKadir(2003).EkonomiMikro.ThomsonMalaysia. 4. AbdulKadir(2003).EkonomiMakro.PearsonPrenticeHall. 5. Nasseret.al.(2006).Ekonomi,EdisiKedua.ThomsonMalaysia.
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@ThiscourseisnotofferedtostudentsfromFEA/FPP,APM,API(minors)andFSSS(minors)andFSKTM(Businessminor)

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MINORPACKAGE

TheFacultyofEconomicsandAdministrationsMinorPackageisofferedparticularlytotheFirst Year students from the Academy of Malay Studies and the Faculty of Arts and Social Science. Students with relevant qualifications from other faculties and centres may also be considered. ApplicationsshouldbesubmittedtotherespectiveDirectorofAcademy/DeanoftheFacultywith acopyoftheSTPM/SPMexaminationresults. Thereare2disciplinesintheMinorPackage: (a) Economics;and (b) AdministrativeStudiesandPolitics. ThefieldofdisciplinewillbedeterminedbytherespectiveDirectorofAcademy/Deanbasedon theSTPM/SPMresults.Studentscanonlychooseonediscipline. Successful applicants from the Faculty of Arts and Social Science will register in Semester I. However, unsuccessful applicants from the Faculty will register for the minor package in the SecondYear(SemesterI). Students of both disciplines must take at least 33 credit hours inclusive of core courses and electivecoursesofferedbytheFacultyofEconomicsandAdministration.StudentsmusttakeFirst Year, Second Year and Third Year courses based on their respective disciplines as listed in the followingtables.
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OFFEREDCOURSESFORMINORPACKAGE(ECONOMICS) SESSION2011/2012 (1) (a) ECONOMICSDISCIPLINE
Course 1. 2. 3. 4. EXEE1103 EXEE1104 EXEE2110 EXEE2111 MicroeconomicsIA MacroeconomicsIB MicroeconomicsIIC MacroeconomicsIID Credit Hour 3 3 4 4 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II

Studentsarerequiredtotakefour(4)CoreCoursesaslistedinthefollowingTables:

Or (b) ADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICSDISCIPLINE
Course 1. 2. 3. EXEE1103 EXEE1104 EPEE1102 @ EPEE1103 EPEE2103 MicroeconomicsIA MacroeconomicsIB IntroductiontoPoliticalScience @ IntroductiontoPublicAdministration PublicManagement:Theory&Practice Credit Hour 3 3 3 3 3 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II

4.

And (2) Studentsarerequiredtotakeselectedcoursesaslistedinthefollowingtable. (a) Two(2)fromthefollowinglist:


Course 1. 2. 3. 4. #ESEE1101/1102 ESEE1105 EGEE2305 EGEE2103 QuantitativeAnalysisA/B StatisticsIC IntroductiontoLaw MalaysianEconomy Credit Hour 3 4 3 3 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II

#ESEE1101Studentswithouttheminimumqualificationof: (1)GradeDforMathematicsattheMatriculationorSTPMlevel;or (2)GradeCforAdditionalMathematicsattheSPMlevel. #ESEE1102Studentswhoobtained: (1) Mathematics(minimumGradeD)attheMatriculationorSTPMlevel;or (2) AdditionalMathematics(minimumGradeC)attheSPMlevel.


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(b) Three(3)fromthefollowinglist:
ECONOMICS
Course 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. EEEE2102 EEEE2104 EGEE2302 EGEE2303 EREE2310 Theoryof InternationalTrade PublicFinance Environmental Economics Demography Genderand Development Credit Hour 3 3 3 3 3 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II 1. 2. 3. 4.

ADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS
Course EPEE2103 EPEE2105 EPEE2302 EPEE2303 PublicSector Management: Theoryand Practice Structureand PoliticalProcessin Malaysia HumanResource Management PoliticalTheory andBehaviour Credit Hour 3 3 3 3 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II

(c) Two(2)fromthefollowinglist:

ECONOMICS
Course 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. EGEE3306 EGEE3308 EGEE3313 EREE3105 EREE3106 EREE3107 EGEE3314 EREE3302 EREE3308 EREE3310 WorldEconomic History IndustrialEconomics EconomicsofFinancial Market Sustainable Development Cooperative Development Agricultural Development Entrepreneurial Economics CurrentDevelopment Issues Developmentand Biotechnology Community Development Credit Hour 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Course I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ADMINISTRATIVESTUDIESANDPOLITICS
CreditHour EPEE3101 EPEE3301 EPEE3306 EPEE3309 EPEE3112 Financial Administration International Politics Project Managementand Analysis PublicEnterprises andPrivatisation Organisational Behaviour Course 3 3 3 3 3 Semester I/II I/II I/II I/II I/II

*OranycoursesofferedsubjecttoDeanConfirmation

Note:
ThepackageisapplicableforStudentintake2010/2011andabove.


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DIRECTORYOFMANAGEMENTANDADMINISTRATIVESTAFF
Name DEAN ProfessorDr.TanEuChye PA:RozlinKasmani FaxNo:79567252(DeanOffice) FaxNo:79673738 DEPUTYDEAN: HigherDegree ProfessorDr.GohKimLeng PA:FauziahAbuHassan FaxNo:79673719 Undergraduate Assoc.Prof.Dr.NoorAzinaIsmail PA:NuurHakimahMohdDin FaxNo:79673738 Research Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.SabithaMarican PA:FarahaniMd.Zain FaxNo:79567252 HEADOFDEPARTMENT: Economics Assoc.Pof.Dr.YapSuFei PA:NurulasyikinAbdMajid DevelopmentStudies Dr.LeeHwokAun PA:NorIshahAriffin AdministrativeStudiesandPolitics Dr.Hj.AliBoerhannoeddin PA:NorhidayuOmar AppliedStatistics Assoc.Prof.Dr.SusilaMunisamy@ Doraisamy PA:NoorhalijahIbrahim DIRECTOR CentreforPovervy&Development Studies(CPDS) Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh.FatimahKari PA:HumairahAmizaHussin FakNo:79673662 Room No. 241 C3 Tel.Ext Email

3600/3606 tanec@um.edu.my 3600 rozlin@um.edu.my

C34 L1

3749/3608 klgoh@um.edu.my 3749 fauziah_fah@um.edu.my

C33 B1 B29 C23

3621/3638 nazina@um.edu.my 3737 nuur.hakimah@um.edu.my 3601/3716 3633 sabitha@um.edu.my haniez@um.edu.my

C32 C45

3746/3642 gy2yss@um.edu.my 3746 asyikin@um.edu.my 3750/3671 halee@um.edu.my 3750 nia@um.edu.my 3748/3721 aliboer@um.edu.my alifeaum@yahoo.com 3748 norhidayu@um.edu.my 3747/3669 3747 susila@um.edu.my noorhalijah@um.edu.my

239 C45

205 C26 C15 C26 D18

3766/3767 fatimah_kari@um.edu.my humairah@um.edu.my

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Name Room No. Tel.Ext 3698 Email

SENIORASSISTANTREGISTRAR Administrative&Development C46 ZainabAbdullah ASSISTANTREGISTRAR HigherDegree L1 MaimunahKamaruddin Undergraduate B6 EdzuraJahari GENERALOFFICE/UNDERGRADUATE B1 WendyTanSawPeng MohdZafifiMokhtar NuurIkhwanNizalMaamor SitiKhairiahIbrahim SitiSurayaBaharuddin NoorHidayahMd.Zakuan L1 POSTGRADUATE AzuraAziz SuhaidiKamarudin SitiShafinahHassian STUDENTSERVICECENTRE/PRINTING B16 ROOM Hj.MohamadSahutAhmad 3711 3700 NorasikinZulkarnaini SamsulAbd.Karim KhairulAzwanMahayuddin 3740 ShahrulIbrahim D18 CENTREFORPOVERTYAND DEVELOPMENTSTUDIES(CPDS) NurMaslizaMuda WongSokWai HumairahAmizaHussin MONETARYFINANCIALECONOMICUNIT C45 (MOFEU) NorshaadahMohdZain FaxNo:79673765 COMPUTERLAB/LECTUREROOM SyafawiMalekFuad RejandranSupramaniam AhmadJamalRoslan LECTUREHALL/SEMINARROOM RazakDarus

zainaba@um.edu.my maimunah85@um.edu. 3632 my edzura@um.edu.my 3646 horwen@um.edu.my 3645 mzm@um.edu.my 3701 ikhwannizal@um.edu.my 3701 ski_83@um.edu.my 3701 ssb87@um.edu.my 3704 ieda@um.edu.my 3737 3636/3749 azura02@um.edu.my ad_suhaidi@um.edu.my shafinah82@gmail.com msahmad@um.edu.my sikin@um.edu.my samsul@um.edu.my azwan89@um.edu.my shahrul6728@um.edu.my nurmas@um.edu.my waiwai@um.edu.my humairah@um.edu.my sha_adah@um.edu.my awie@um.edu.my rejansup@um.edu.my ajamal@um.edu.my razak_d@um.edu.my

3766 3735 3714 3767 3689 3718 3635 3635 3617

Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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DIRECTORYOFACADEMICSTAFF

DepartmentofEconomics (QualificationsandExpertise)

No

Name/Position

Mailbox No

Room No

Tel.Ext.

Email

Expertise

1.

Assoc.Prof.Dr.YapSu Fei (HeadofDepartment) Prof.Dr.TanEuChye (Dean) Assoc.Prof.Dr.Evelyn ShyamalaA/PPaul Devadason Assoc.Prof.Dr. FatimahKari (DirectorofCPDS)

139

C38

3642/ 3746

g2yss@um.edu.my

2.

242

242

3731/ 3600 3726

tanec@um.edu.my

3.

181

E18

evelyns@um.edu.my

4.

211

211

3661/ 3766

fatimah_kari@um. edu.my

Macromodelling Macroeconomics InputOutputAnalysis InformationEconomics MonetaryEconomics InternationalTrade DevelopmentEconomics InternationalTrade RegionalCooperation

5.

Assoc.Prof.Dr.Kwek KianTeng

162

D10

3655

ktkwek@um.edu.my

6.

Assoc.Prof.Dr.Mario ArturoRuizEstrada Assoc.Prof.Dr. Hjh.RadiahAbdul Kader Dr.MohamedAslam GulamHassan (SeniorLecturer)

170

E21

3728

marioruiz@um.edu.my

7.

185

C32

3654

radiah@um.edu.my

8.

121

C17

3605

maslam@um.edu.my

9.

Dr.LokeWaiHeng (SeniorLecturer) Dr.Santhaa/p ChenayahRamu (SeniorLecturer) Dr.YewSiewYong (SeniorLecturer) Dr.ZarinahYusof (SeniorLecturer) SaadMohdSaid (SeniorLecturer) Dr.RozaHazliZakaria (SeniorLecturer) Dr.AbulQuasemAl Amin (ContractLecturer)

213

213

3681

lokewh@um.edu.my

10.

130

E19

3733

santha@um.edu.my

11.

186

C37

3734

yewsy@um.edu.my

12.

158

C35

3609

zarinahy@um.edu.my

13.

202

202

3640

saadms@um.edu.my

14.

155

E7

3665

roza@um.edu.my aqqmin@um.edu.my

15.

101

E15

3755

InternationalTradeand Environmental Resourceand EnviromentalEconomics Macroeconomics/ Microeconomics Macroeconomics International Macroeconomics AppliedEconometrics PolicyModelling Econographicology InternationalTrade RegionalIntegration IslamicEconomics IslamicBankingand Finance InternationalTrade RegionalEconomic Cooperation International Macroeconomics PostKeynesianEconomics (HeterodoxEconomics) Macroeconomics ForeignDirectInvestment, EconomicGrowth,ASEAN Economy,ChinaStudies InternationalTrade EconomicsofRegional Integration Macroeconomics EnvironmentalEconomics OperationsResearch (ManagementScience) ForeignDirectInvestment OutwardInvestment InternationalTrade RegionalIntegration Macroeconomics FinancialEconomics DevelopmentEconomics Macroeconomics IndustrialEconomics FinancialMarkets MonetaryEconomics BankingEconomics IslamicEconomics EconomicModelling RegionalEconomics EconomicPlanning Macroeconomics

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16. AbdulKadirMatYazif (Lecturer) 237 237 3660 akmyr@um.edu.my EconomicsofEducation PublicFinance Microeconomics Macroeconomics FinancialEconomics Microeconomics Macroeconomics NationalFinancial IntroductiontoLaw MalaysiaBusinessLaw Economics&Law InternationalTradeTheory InternationalFinance EconomicsManagement EconomicsRegulation Microeconomics IndustrialOrganisation Macroeconomics TransportEconomics Microeconomics LabourEconomics IndustrialEconomics Microeconomics

17.

ChongChinSieng (Lecturer) HaniraHanifa (Lecturer)

152

E1

3672

cschong@um.edu.my

18.

190 163

E4 D19

3639 3663

hanira_hanafi@um.edu. my

19. 20.

NorHasniahKasim (Lecturer) RahmanIbrahim (Lecturer) Dr.YongSookLu (Lecturer) Dr.NurulHudaMohd Satar (TemporaryLecturer) Dr.CheongKeeCheok Hjh.FatimahSaid

norhasniah@um.edu.my rnj_design@yahoo.Com

21. 22.

145 108

B22 B33

3717 3656

yongsl@um.edu.my nurulhuda@um.edu.my

23. 24.

156

C07 C16

3643 3629

Keecheok1@yahoo.com fatimahs@um.edu.my

Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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DIRECTORYOFACADEMICSTAFF DepartmentofDevelopmentStudies (QualificationsandExpertise)


No 1. Name/Position Dr.LeeHwokAun (SeniorLecturer) (Headof Department) #Prof.Dr.Rajah Rasiah Dr.Jebamalai Vinanchiarachi (VisitingSenior ResearchFelo( MohamadYusoff Sanusi (SeniorLecturer) AzmahHj.Othman (SeniorLecturer) NurAnnizahIshak (Lecturer) Mailbox No 239 Room No 239 Tel.Ext. 3671/ 3650 Email halee@um.edu.my howcan@gmail.com Expertise DevelopmentEconomics EastAsianEconomics PoliticalEconomy

2. 3.

241 166

241 C5

3606 3706

rajah@um.edu.my Technology&Innovation rajah.rasiah@gmail.com jebamalai@um.edu.my vinanchiarachi@yahoo.c om myusoff@um.edu.my Industrialand DevelopmentEconomics ResearchMetodology RuralIndustrialization DevelopmentAnd Biotechnology CommunityDevelopment AgriculturalEconomics DevelopmentEconomics CooperativeDevelopment DevelopmentEconomics TourismEconomics HumanResource Economics UrbanPoverty Psychology Sociology

4.

204

204

3658

5.

157

B25

3675

g3azmah@um.edu.my

6.

annizah@um.edu.my

7.

SharifahMuhairah Shahabudin ( PhDcandidate SLAI)

E23

3729

muhairah@hotmail.com muhairah@um.edu.my

#HolderofChairKhazanahNasional(UMCoRS)

Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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DIRECTORYOFACADEMICSTAFF DepartmentofAdministrativeStudies&Politics (QualificationsandExpertise)


No 1. Name/Position Dr.HjAli Boerhannoeddin (SeniorLecturer) (Headof Department) Prof.DatukDr. NormaMansor Prof.Dr. EdmundTerence Gomez Assoc.Prof.Datuk Dr.Hj.Sharifuddin Zainuddin Assoc.Prof.Dr. Hjh.SabithaMarican DeputyDean (Research) Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hjh. HalimahAwang Dr.BehLooSee (SeniorLecturer) Mailbox No 205 Room No 205 Tel. Ext. 3721/ 3748 Email aliboer@um.edu.my alifeaum@yahoo.com Expertise OrganizationalBehavior HumanResource Management Entreprenuership LocalGovernment&Urban Development PublicSectorManagement Organisationaland ManagementTheory MalaysianPolitics PoliticalEconomic EthnicBusiness PublicAdministration Public&PolicyManagement QualityManagement Ethics&Accountability HumanResource Management PublicandSocialPolicy OrganizationBehaviour PublicAdministration AppliedStatistics Biostatics DataAnalysis ManagementTechniques OrganizationalandHuman ResourceManagement PublicAdministration PoliticalEconomy CivilSociety TheoryandPoliticalThought 11. NawiAbdullah (SeniorLecturer) MuhammadAsri MohdAli (Lecturer) KhaldunMunipAbd Malek (TutorSLAB) 165 E11 3604 a.nawi@um.edu.my UrbanPlanning LocalGovernment Transportation LocalGovernment Managementand Administration PublicEnterprisesand Privatisation OccupationalSafetyand Health Management PublicFinance PublicofAdministration VotingBehavior PoliticalParty PoliticsCulture StateSocietyRelations PoliticalThought/Politic Theory ClassicalIslamThought

2.

106

C9

3623

norma@um.edu.my

3.

206

206

3725

terencegomez@ hotmail.com

4.

151

B23

3730

sharifz@um.edu.my

5.

119

B29

3716/ 3633

sabitha@um.edu.my

6.

168

B27

3652

halima@um.edu.my

7.

212

212

3677

lucybeh@um.edu.my

8. 9.

Dr.MakmorTumin (SeniorLecturer) Dr.RajaNorizaRaja Ariffin (SeniorLecturer) Dr.Kuppusamy Singaravelloo (SeniorLecturer)

237 117

237 C14

3690 3620

makmor@um.edu.my rnoriza@um.edu.my

10.

148

B20

3678

kuppusamy_s@um. edu.my

12.

116

B32

3722

muhasri@um.edu.my

13.

182

khalmarx@yahoo. Com

Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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DIRECTORYOFACADEMICSTAFF DepartmentofAppliedStatistics (QualificationsandExpertise)



No Name/Position Mail box No Room No Tel.Ext. Email Expertise

1.

2.

3. 4.

Assoc.Prof.Dr. SusilaA/PMunisamy @Doraisamy (Headof Department) ProfDr.GohKim Leng DeputyDean(Higher Degree) ProfDr.IdrisJajri (Professor) Assoc.Prof.Dr.Noor AzinaIsmail, DeputyDean (Undergraduate) Assoc.Prof.Dr. RohanaJani

146

C15

3669/ 3747

susila@um.edu.my

Operationsresearch/ ManagementScience Surveyresearch OrganizationPerformance Measurement Econometrics FinancialTimeSeriesAnalysis Econometrics Macroeconomics MultivariateTechniques Medicalstatistics HealthInformationSystem MathematicsofEducation AppliedStatistics StructuralEquationModeling MixtureModel StatisticalDataAnalysis AppliedStatistics MultivariateTechniques MarketResearch SPSSuse Demography/Population Studies AppliedStatistics/Survey Sampling SPSSuse QuantitativeAnalysis PopulationStudies AppliedStatistics SocialGerontology Survey/Sampling AppliedEconometrics AppliedStatistics Finance PortfolioManagement ActuarialStatistics AppliedStatistics StatisticalQualityControl MultivariateTechnique DecisionScience AppliedStatistics DataMining StatisticsandEconomics Econometrics ExperimentalDesign MalaysianPolitics ComputationalStatistics

128

C34

3608/ 3749

klgoh@um.edu.my

203

203 C33

3630 3638/ 3621

ibjajri@um.edu.my nazina@um.edu.my

110

5.

129

B21

3715

rohanaj@um.edu.my/ rohanajani@gmail.com

6.

Assoc.Prof.TeyNai Peng Dr.NgSorTho (SeniorLecturer) Dr.LauWeeYeap (SeniorLecturer)

132

B28

3667

teynp@um.edu.my

7.

113

B24

3684

ngst@um.edu.my

8.

140

D7

3627

wylau@um.edu.my

9.

NoorIsmawatiMohd Jaafar (TemporaryLecture) MuzalwanaAbdul Talib@Abdul Mutalib(TutorSLAB) DianaAbdulWahab (TutorSLAB) AhmadFaridOsman (StudyLeave) TanPeiPei (StudyLeave)

150

E22

3651

nimj@um.edu.my

10.

125

E24

3679

wana_am@um.edu.my

11.

E14

3628

diana.abdwahab@ um.edu.my faridosman@um.edu. my peipei@um.edu.my

12. 13.

Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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ACADEMICSTAFF RESEARCHFELLOW/RESEARCHPERSON Bil 1. 2. 3. Name/Designation RoomNo. C07 D9 E8 Tel.Ext 3643 3626 3666 Email keecheok1@yahoo.com lion@um.edu.my leo_fredericks@yahoo.com jebamalai@um.edu.my vinanchiarachi@yahoo.com sulochana@um.edu.my fatimahs@um.edu.my

Dr.CheongKeeCheok
Dr.LeoFredericks

Dr.Jebamalai Vinanchiarachi

4. 5.

Dr.SulochanaNair Hjh.FatimahSaid

B31 C16

3766 3629


Maintelephoneline:6037967xxxxtobefollowedbythelast4digits.

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PROHIBITIONAGAINSTPLAGIARISM

(In accordance with Section 6 of Prohibition Against Plagiarism, Part II, General Discipline, UniversitiesandUniversityCollegeAct,1971UniversityofMalaya(DisciplineofStudents)Rules 1999) 1. A student shall not plagiarize any idea, writing, data or invention belonging to another person. 2.Forthepurposesofthisrule,plagiarismincludes: (a) theactoftakinganidea,writing,dataorinventionofanotherpersonandclaiming that the idea, writing, data or invention is the result of ones own findings or creation;or (b) an attempt to make out or the act of making out, in such a way, that one is the originalsourceorthecreatorofanidea,writing,dataorinventionwhichhasactually beentakenfromsomeothersource. 3. Withoutprejudicetothegeneralityofsubrule(2)astudentplagiarizeswhenhe: (a) Publishes, with himself as the author, an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper,orbookwhichiswhollyorpartlywrittenbysomeotherpersons; (b) incorporates himself and allows himself to be incorporated as a coauthor of an abstract,article,scientificoracademicpaper,orbook,whenhehasnotatallmade any written contribution to the abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book; (c) forcesanotherpersontoincludehisnameinthelistofcoresearchersforaparticular researchprojectorinthelistofcoauthorsforapublicationwhenhehasnotmade anycontributionwhichmayqualifyhimasacoresearcherorcoauthor; (d) extractsacademicdatawhicharetheresultsofresearchundertakenbysomeother person, such as laboratory findings or field work findings or data obtained through library research, whether published or unpublished, and incorporate those data as part of his academic research without giving due acknowledgement to the actual source; (e) uses research data obtained through collaborative work with some other person, whetherornotthatotherpersonisastaffmemberofastudentoftheUniversity,as partofanotherdistinctpersonalacademicresearchofhis,orforapublicationinhis ownnameassoleauthor,withoutobtainingtheconsentofhiscoresearchersprior toembarkingonhispersonalresearchorpriortopublishingthedata; (f) transcribestheideasorcreationsofotherskeptinwhateverform,whetherwritten, printed or available in electronic form, or in slide form, or in whatever form of teachingorresearchapparatus,orinanyotherform,andclaimswhetherdirectlyor indirectlythatheisthecreatorofthatideaorcreation; (g) translates the writing or creation of another person from one language to another whether or not wholly or partly, and subsequently presents the translation in whateverformormannerashisownwritingorcreation;or (h) extracts ideas from another persons writing or creation and makes certain modifications without due reference to the original source and rearranges them in suchawaythatitappearsasifheisthecreatorofthoseideas.

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COMPUTERLABRULES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (2) Bringingbagsorfriendsandstudentsfromotherfacultiesorotheruniversitiesintothe computerlab. (3) Usinghandphones,makingnoiseordisturbingotherusersinthelab. (4) Smokingandbringingfoodanddrinksintothecomputerlab. TheFacultywillnotberesponsibleforanyaccidentresultingfromirresponsiblebehaviour andforthelossofvaluablesbeingleftoutsidethelab. Openinghours: RegularWorkingHours: MondayThursday LunchBreak Friday LunchBreak

8.30am 2.00pm 1.00pm 8.30am 2.45pm 12.15pm

1.00pm 5.30pm 2.00pm 12.15pm 5.30pm 2.45pm

AdditionalHoursduringSemester: MondayFriday 5.30pm

9.30pm

OnlythestudentsfromtheFacultyofEconomicsandAdministrationareallowedtousethe computerlab.Studentsarerequiredtodisplaytheirmatriccardwhileinthecomputerlab. Studentsarerequiredtoensurethatdiskettesanddataarevirusfree. Students must always ensure the cleanliness and the safety of the hardware in the computerlabincludingtable,chairandotherequipment. Studentsmustreportanydamagesofthehardwareandthefurnituretothelabattendant. Studentsmustalwaysdressneatlywhileinthelab.Studentsareprohibitedfromwearing slippers,shortsorrevealingdresses. STUDENTSAREPROHIBITEDFROM: (1) Copyingorinstallinganysoftwarefrom/totheharddiscinthecomputerlab

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FACILITIES
ThebasicfacilitiesthatareavailableattheFEAincludethefollowing: Facilities Numbers Location/Block ComputerLab 5 GroundFloor,PostgraduateBuilding(H12) GroundFloor,NewAdditionalBuilding(H08) Level1,AdditionalBuilding(H08) Hall 1 AdditionalBuilding(H09) LectureHall 5 DK1 DK5 (H11) MeetingRoom 4 GroundLevel,AdministrationBuilding(H10) Level1,AdministrationBuilding(H10) GroundLevel,NewAdditionalBuilding(H09) ConferenceRoom 2 Level3,PostgraduateBuilding(H12) SeminarRoom 25 Level3,PostgraduateBuilding(H12) NewAdditionalBuilding(H09) NewAdditionalBuilding(H08) Cafeteria 1 GroundLevel,PostgraduateBuilding(H12) PrayerRoom 6 Men: Level3,AdministrationBuilding(H10) GroundLevel,AdditionalBuilding(H08) GroundLevel,PostgraduateBuilding(H12) Ladies: Level3,AdministrationBuilding(H10) GroundLevel,AdditionalBuilding(H08) GroundLevel,PostgraduateBuilding(H12)

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STUDENTAWARDS UNIVERSITYBOOKPRIZE Is awarded to students who graduate with Honors (Distinction) and obtain a CGPA of 3.7 and above. Recipients of the University Book Prize are also eligible to be considered for the following awards: HARCHARANSINGHKHERAMEMORIALAWARD Is awardedtothebest student inthe FinalExaminationof Bachelorof Economics in Monetary andFinancialEconomicsorBachelorofEconomicsinInternationalEconomics.Therecipientwill bepresentedwithbooksworthRM200.00. DOHDAIKSENGMEMORIALAWARD Is awarded to the best student in the Final Examination of Bachelor of Economics in Public Administration or Bachelor of Economics in Human Resource Management or Bachelor of EconomicsinPoliticalEconomy.TherecipientwillbepresentedwithbooksworthRM200.00.
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ZONE 1

H11
ZONE2

H12
Roundabout

H10

H09

H08
ZONE 3

LOCATIONS: HO8AnnexBlock H09FEAHall H10AdministrationBuilding - AWingA - BWingB H11LectureHall H12PostgraduateBuilding EMERGENCYASSEMBLYAREA H10&H11 ZONE1 H08&H09 ZONE2 H12 ZONE3

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H08FeaAnnexBuilding GroundFloorStudentComputerLab,Male Surau Level1LearningComputerLab(G2&G3) &FemaleSurau Level2SeminarRoom(H1UntilH8) H09FeaHall GroundFloorSeminarRoom&FeaHall Level1 PhdRoom,VisitingProfessorRoom, MalaysianEconomicAssociation(PEM)

H10 AdminisstrationBuilding LowerGround StoreRoom Ground FEAConcourse,B16(StudentServiceCentre)& PhotocopyService Level1 DeansOffice,DeputyDeansRoomResearch& DevelopmentRoom,DepartmentsRoom,Research& DevelopmentOffice Level2 LecturerRoom(D6D10),CentreforPoverty& DevelopmentStudies(Cpds),PhdRoom,StaffRoom, FemaleSurau Level3 LecturerRoom(E1E20),PhdRoom(E23E30),Male Surau AWingA GroundFloorGeneralOffice/UndergraduateOffice Level1LecturerRoom(C31C38)&TIAC/Monetary &FinancialEconomicsUnit(Mofeu) BWingB GroundFloorLecturerRoom(B19B34) Level1LecturerRoom(C5C17)&DeansMeeting Room

H11 LectureHall LectureHall1UntilLectureHall5 H12PostgraduateBuilding GroundFloor Technician,StaffRoom,Caf,Surau&Seminar Room(Bsp01UntilBsp04) Level1 PostgraduateOffice,VipRoom&SeminarRoom (Bsp10UntilBsp17) Level2 LecturerRoom(201Until242)&PhdRoom Level3 PostgaduateConferenceRoom&SeminarRoom (Bsp31UntilBsp33)

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Faculty of Economics and Administration University of Malaya 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: (603) 7967 3737 /3701 Fax: (603) 7967 3738 Website: http://www.fep.um.edu.my