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MPU3123

Islamic and Asian Civilisations (TITAS)


Unit ini membincangkan tentang ilmu ketamadunan yang mencakupi pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan,
interaksi antara pelbagai tamadun Melayu, Cina dan India, Islam dalam Tamadun Melayu, Isu-isu
kontemporari Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia, Islam Hadhari dan proses pembangunan negara.
Objektif mata pelajaran ini ialah untuk memperkenalkan kepada pelajar tentang ilmu ketamadunan
yang mencakupi pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan, interaksi antara pelbagai tamadun, Isu-isu
kontemporari dan implikasinya kepada proses pembangunan Negara di samping melahirkan pelajar
yang mempunyai sikap hormat menghormati, mengamalkan nilai-nilai murni dan mempunyai jati diri
sebagai warganegara.
Mode of delivery

On-campus (Malaysia)

Medium of instruction

Malay

Workload requirements

This is a three credit point unit with three hours class contact per week
over 12 teaching weeks. This includes time spent in preparing for and
completing assessment tasks, and time spent in general study,
revision, and examination preparation. If you have not previously
invested this amount of time in study, or feel you may need assistance
developing an appropriate time plan for yourself, please register for a
time-management workshop with the Library.

Unit relationships

This unit is a compulsory unit for all Malaysian students to undertake as


stipulated in subsection 41 (4) Private Higher Education Act 1996 (Act
555). In relation to this, Department of Higher Education, Malaysian
Ministry of Education Administrative Circular JPT / GS1000-606 JLD.1
(25) dated 27 June 2013 provided further explanation on the
implementation of General Studies in a public or private higher
education institutions. All Malaysian students are compelled to enrol,
undertake, attend and pass this unit as a pre-requisite to the award of a
certificate, diploma or degree.

Attendance policy

Attendance will be recorded, monitored and reported strictly for every


student in each unit enrolled and undertaken manually and / or
electronically through various reporting platforms. A Malaysian
student enrolled in General Studies (GS) U1 units are required to
attend a minimum of 80% of the scheduled class sessions. Failure
in achieving minimum percentage of attendance may result in student
being barred for Final Examination or any other penalties
recommended to be imposed by the General Studies Office.

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Late comers for face-to-face lectures may not be permitted to enter the
class and may be marked as Late OR Absent.
Original medical certificates issued by certified and approved medical
practitioners are required to be produced to the General Studies Office
in order to be deemed as Absent Sick..

Chief Examiner:
Campus:
Phone:
Email:

Mr. Adrian Yao


Malaysia
+603 551 46076
adrian.yao@monash.edu

Malaysia Campus
Campus / Unit Coordinator:
Phone:
Email:

Mr. Adrian Yao


+603 551 46076
adrian.yao@monash.edu

Lecturer:
Campus:
Phone:
Email:

Mr. Wan Arizwan Wan Abdullah


Malaysia
+60126805450
wan.arizwan@monash.edu

SEMESTER 2, 2015

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Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) survey. The Universitys student evaluation policy
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ACADEMIC OVERVIEW
Learning Outcomes
Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat:
1. Menyenaraikan konsep-konsep utama Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (TITAS);
2. Menerangkan kepentingan dan peranan agama dan budaya masing-masing dalam kehidupan;
3. Mengaplikasi kemahiran komunikasi secara berkesan dalam penulisan dan lisan di peringkat
individu, kumpulan dan masyarakat.

Total Learning and Teaching Time (equivalent to 3 MQF credit points)


Learnng and Teaching Activities
Lectures
Tutorials
Practical
Others (Online learning, self-study etc)
TOTAL

Hours
36
0
0
84
120

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UNIT SCHEDULE
Date
Week
27
1
31/7

Activities
Pengenalan Ilmu Ketamadunan
i. Konsep Ketamadunan

Assessment
Unit briefing and
Assignment briefing
No formal
assessment is
undertaken

3 7/8

ii. Interaksi Antara Tamadun


iii. Dialog Antara Tamadun

10
14/8

Tamadun Islam
i. Pandangan Semesta Tamadun Islam
ii. Konsep, Sumber dan Asas

17 21/8

iii. Kelahiran, Perkembangan dan Kemerosotan


iv. Prinsip dan Ciri-Ciri
v. Sumbangan Tamadun Islam dan Jihad

24
28/8

Tamadun Melayu
i. Konsep
ii. Asas

31/8
4/9

iii. Pandangan Semesta


iv. Pencapaian

7
11/9

Tamadun India
i. Konsep
ii. Wilayah dan Masyarakat
iii. Pandangan Semesta

14/9

iv. Kepelbagaian Agama


v. Peranan Islam Dalam Tamadun India
vi. Pencapaian

21
25/9

Tamadun Cina
i. Konsep
ii. Wilayah dan Masyarakat
iii. Pandangan Semesta
iv. Kepelbagaian Falsafah dan Agama

28/9
2/10
5
9/10

Submission of
Assignment
10/9/2015

Online Quiz 1
24/9/2015

Mid-semester break
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v. Institusi Politik, Sistem Pemerintahan


vi. Kekeluargaan
vii. Pencapaian

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16/10

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Isu-Isu Semasa Dan Cabaran Masa Depan


i. Dunia Berbilang Tamadun
ii. Cabaran Globalisasi
iii. Teori Pertembungan Tamadun

19
23/10

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iv. Dialog Peradaban


v. Pemupukan Nilai-Nilai Sepunya
vi. Isu-Isu Dalam Dialog Tamadun
SWOT VAC

26
30/10

Online Quiz 2
15/10/2015

Final examination
(Written)
Examination period
LINK to Assessment
Policy:
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edu.au/policybank/academic/educ
ation/assessment/ass
essment-incoursework-unitspolicy.html

Learning and Teaching Approach


This unit will be taught as a 3 hour lecture each week for 12 weeks. All students in this unit are
expected to develop the independent learning skills required for university study and professional life.
All students must ensure they have access to the resources required for successful completion of this
unit. The minimum resources required for this unit include the handouts provided by the lecturer, the
units Moodle site, journal articles from the Monash library databases and other related and required
information.
This unit adopts a teaching and learning approach that is both student-centred and research-led. A
student-centred approach places students at the centre of the learning process, allowing and
equipping them to learn about Islamic and Asian Civilizations through the learning materials and
assessment tasks. Research-led teaching complements this approach by facilitating students
understanding and experience of research and its contribution to the knowledge that underpins Islamic
and Asian Civilizations.
You can also find information on inclusive teaching practices for students with learning disabilities or
mental health conditions at: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/inclusivity/
This unit adopts a pastoral care approach to your academic progress and overall wellbeing as a
student. University is a time of change, which induces many responses including anxiety, stress and
negative thoughts. This time is more stressful with other changes within our lives outside of University.
If you do need assistance to manage these changes, or even just talk to someone, there is a lot of
support available and support that will help. If your first contact cannot assist directly, they will know
who can, so please take the first step and ask.
If you are presenting academic at-risk triggers, including missing classes, late submissions, failing
assignments and the like, you may be contacted by your lecturer or Unit Coordinator enquiring if
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further support is needed. Please take advantage of these opportunities. If you are not contacted,
though feel you are at risk, please ask for support. Again, it is unfortunate though normal part of
university life to be faced with some difficult situations there is help to deal with these so please ask
for it.
Assessment Summary
A student is required to undertake, attempt, complete and submit all assessment tasks prescribed as
the requirement for undertaken, completion and passing of this unit. Failing to do so will result a
student to receive a FAIL grade and will be required to re-enrol and undertake the unit again.
The overall weightage assessment tasks consist of the following:
60% Continuous Assessments
40% Written Final Examination
Assessment Task
Assignment
Group assignment
Hurdle
Online Quiz 1
MCQ and True or False questions.
Hurdle
Online Quiz 2
MCQ and True or False questions.
Hurdle
Final Examination
120 minutes of written examination
Hurdle

Value

Due Date

30 % or 60 marks

10th September 2015

15 % or 20 marks

24nd September 2015

15 % or 20 marks

15th October 2015

40% or 80 marks

Actual examination
date will be
announced via
Moodle

Grading Scale
80 100: High Distinction
70 79: Distinction
60 69: Credit
50 59: Pass
0 49: Fail

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ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS
Assessment Tasks
Assessment Task 1: Group Assignment
Details of task: Refer to the attached file.
Release dates (where applicable): 30 July 2015
Word limit (where applicable): 5,000 6000 words.
Weighting Value: 30%
Presentation requirements:
Example: Report format. Your group report should be Word processed, Times New Roman, size 11
font, 2.5cm margin on all sides, 1.5 spaced, fully justified paragraphs, double-sided printing, pages
numbered accordingly, spaced between paragraphs with a reference list on a separate page. Include
the Faculty assessment cover sheet (for each group member) and marking sheet for assignment
submission. Refer to assignment briefing information provided by your unit coordinator for further
details.
Estimated return date: 8th September 2015
Hurdle requirements:
A student is required to attempt this particular assessment task as part of the requirement for
undertaken, completion and passing this unit.
Criteria for Marking (insert rubric here):
PENILAIAN DAN PEMARKAHAN TUGASAN PELAJAR
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.

PENDAHULUAN
BAHAGIAN A
BAHAGIAN B
BAHAGIAN C
KESIMPULAN
FORMAT DAN MUTU KERJA
JUMLAH

(05 markah)
(10 markah)
(20 markah)
(10 markah)
(05 markah)
(10 markah)
(60 markah)

Assessment Task 2: Online Quiz 1


Details of task: MCQ and True/False questions
Release dates (where applicable): 24nd September 2015
Word limit (where applicable):
Weighting Value: 15%

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Hurdle requirements:
A student is required to attempt this particular assessment task as part of the requirement for
undertaken, completion and passing this unit.
Criteria for Marking (insert rubric here):

Assessment Task 3: Individual Online Quiz 2


Details of task: MCQ and True/False questions
Release dates (where applicable): 15th October 2015
Weighting Value: 15%
Hurdle requirements:
A student is required to attempt this particular assessment task as part of the requirement for
undertaken, completion, submission and passing this unit.
Final Examination
Duration: 2 hours (120 minutes)
Type: Closed book
Value: 40%
Materials examinable: All topics taught in this unit are examinable. Topics covered in the
assignments may be included and assessed in the exam.
Hurdle requirements:
A student is required to attempt this particular assessment task as part of the requirement for
undertaken, completion and passing this unit.

Learning resources
Recommended texts and readings
Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi. 2009. Modul Pengajian Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia.
Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya.
Ahmad Zaki Abdul Latif, Azam Hamzah dan Azhar Mad Aros. 2012. Tamadun Islam dan
Tamadun Asia. Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar
Al-Buti, Muhammad Said Ramadhan. 2004. Islam Hadhari dalam Pembangunan Insan (Asas kepada
Pelaksanaan Islam Hadhari di Malaysia) Terj. Muhammad Ramzi bin Omar. Putrajaya: Yayasan Islam
Hadhari.
Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas. 1971. Islam dan Sejarah Kebudayaan Melayu. Bangi: Universiti
Kebangsaan Malaysia.

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Universiti Malaya. 2001 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia. Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti
Malaya.
Zulkifli Mohamad, Nasaruddin Yunos & Mohamad Sabri Haron. 2006. Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun
Asia. Bangi: Pusat Pengajian Umum, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Feedback to students
In accordance with the University procedures on Unit Assessment, students should receive feedback
on student performance in examinations and other end-of-semester assessment.
Exam sightings for the General Studies (GS) units are held no later than 7 days after results have
been published. Students are required to complete and submit a Request to Sight Examination Script
form to the office. Students can collect this form from the office at their home campus.
There is no requirement or obligation that comments will be provided when students view their exam
script.
Please see http://www.policy.monash.edu/policy-bank/academic/education/assessment/unitassessment-procedures.html#FFeedbacktoStudents
Scripts subject to an appeal shall be retained for one month after conclusion of the appeal or six
months after notification of results - whichever is the greater.

Extensions and penalties


Late submissions will attract penalties. An assessment item that is submitted after the due date and
without an agreed extension will attract a penalty of FIVE (5) points per calendar day overdue. The
Unit Coordinator & Lecturer, may, at their discretion, grant an extension of up to TWO (2) calendar
days. No assessment item can be accepted if it is more than THREE (3) calendar days overdue.
It is suggested that you plan on submitting the assignment before the due date to cover any
unexpected delays you may encounter in finalising and completing the assignment. Excuses such as
those relating to computer breakdowns or competing work commitments are not acceptable. Students
are advised to save to your hard drive as you work through your assignments and to keep a soft copy
on USB / CD etc for safekeeping.

Assignment submission
Hard Copy Submission: Assignments must include a cover sheet prepared by the GS Office. The
coversheet is prepared for either individual or group assignments and it is accessible via Moodle.
Please keep a copy of tasks completed for your records.
Online Submission: Assignments must include a cover sheet prepared by the GS Office. The
coversheet is prepared for either individual or group assignments and it is accessible via Moodle.
Kindly submit your work via the Moodle site for this unit, which you can access via links in the
my.monash portal. Please keep a copy of tasks completed for your records.
Required Resources
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Students generally must be able to complete the requirements of their course without the imposition of
fees that are additional to the student contribution amount or tuition fees. However, students may be
charged certain incidental fees or be expected to make certain purchases to support their study. For
more information about this, go to Administrative Information for Higher Education Providers: Student
Support, Chapter 21, Incidental Fees at:
http://www.innovation.gov.au/HigherEducation/TertiaryEducation/ResourcesAndPublications/Pages/de
fault.aspx
Technological Requirements
The Universitys official learning management system (LMS), Moodle, will be the main mode of
technological approach of learning and teaching. Students are able to download lecture handouts and
be aware of announcements posted in the Moodle site.
Kindly proceed to the GS Office at 2-6-44 immediately if student has yet to locate their
enrolment in Moodle.
Students are also advised to check their Monash email account regularly as the Unit Coordinator /
lecturer(s) may email the students to highlight important updates or instructions pertaining to the unit.

OTHER INFORMATION
Policies
Monash has educational policies, procedures and guidelines, which are designed to ensure that staff
and students are aware of the Universitys academic standards, and to provide advice on how they
might uphold them. You can find Monashs Education Policies at: www.policy.monash.edu.au/policybank/academic/education/index.html
Key educational policies include:
Student Academic Integrity Policy and Student Academic Integrity: Managing Plagiarism and
Collusion Procedures ;
Assessment in Coursework Programs;
Special Consideration;
Grading Scale;
Discipline: Student Policy;
Academic Calendar and Semesters;
Orientation and Transition; and
Academic and Administrative Complaints and Grievances Policy.
Graduate Attributes Policy
http://www.policy.monash.edu/policy-bank/academic/education/management/monash-graduateattributes-policy.html
Student Services
The University provides many different kinds of services to help you gain the most from your studies.
Contact your lecturer or Coordinator if you need advice and see the range of services available at
www.monash.edu.au/students

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The Monash University Library provides a range of services, resources and programs that enable you
to save time and be more effective in your learning and research. Go to www.lib.monash.edu.au or the
library tab in my.monash portal for more information.

Disability Liaison Unit


Students who have a disability or medical condition are welcome to contact the Disability Liaison Unit
to discuss academic support services. Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) visit all Victorian campuses
on a regular basis.
Website: www.monash.edu/equity-diversity/disability/index.html
Telephone: 03 9905 5704 to book an appointment with a DLO
Email: dlu@monash.edu
Drop In: Equity and Diversity Centre, Level 1, Building 55, Clayton Campus.

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