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Programmes Overview

FSPU is the largest Built Environment faculty in Malaysia with eleven departments running a total of 29 academic programmes ranging from diploma to doctorate level of study. The departments are,

Our department program also introduces you to a broad knowledge of architectural and environmental matters and prepares you for postgraduate studies. The program is distinctive through its emphasis on environmental sustainability, cross-disciplinary studies, and on the provision of Practice experience . The FSPU is designed to help graduates secure professional employment and contribute to the long-term health of the built environment. Each department
performs continuous and rigorous accreditation and certification exercises in accordance with the regulation set by their respective governing professional bodies.

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State-of-the-art facilities
You will benefit from the latest thinking in built environment education, with specialist design studios incorporating spaces for learning and construction practical. The studios include flexible teaching areas, exhibition space, a resource hub, seminar rooms, and 3D printer rooms, Music studio, lounge and cafe.

Inspiring teachers
Our teaching staff are well known throughout the national and international community for their achievements educators. These teaching staff are drawn from sole practitioners, local government, senior architects or related fields and also principals of firms.

Professional accreditation
Provisional accreditation has been granted to Each department performs in
accordance with the regulation set by their respective governing professional bodies. Almost all academic programmes conducted by FSPU have obtained accreditation or recognitions by local and international bodies.

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Institute of Architects (PAM) Institute of Landscape Architects (ILAM) Institute of Interior Design (IPDM) Institute of Planners (MIP) Society of Interior Designers (MSID)

Architecture

The Department of Architecture is currently running two degree programmes in architecture. The Bachelor of Science (Architecture) programme [LAM/RIBA Part 1] prepares students in obtaining first degree qualification; while the Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) Programme [LAM/RIBA Part 2] is a professional programme that qualifies graduates to hold a position as an architect. Beginning September 2011, the Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) programme will be known as Master of Architecture (MArch). Both programmes are structured in view of producing graduates with creative design skills, leadership and entrepreneurial qualities. The courses emphasise the importance of students' responsiveness towards the environments, in addition to the scientific-and-technological approach of the curricula. The holistic training approach ensures well-rounded and responsible graduates who would uphold ethics in their career alongside taking due care of the needs of the present and future generations. Objectives of the programme:

> To provide students with education and training for a career in architecture > To educate students with curricula that integrate the academic and practical skills

> To emphasise on students the need to be critical, sensitive and responsive in support to the global sustainable agenda in their projects > To promote teamwork through group projects and other appropriate forms of teaching and learning > To encourage academic excellence through research and consultations in the field of architecture > To provide quality environment for teaching and learning, and recognitions from local and international bodies

Building

The Department of Building is one of the first departments formed under the School of Architecture, Planning and Surveying (currently known as Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying) at the same time with the establishment of MARA Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1967. The Department has since produced more than 3500 graduates at the Diploma level and over 300 graduates at the Degree level. The Bachelors degree course was established in 1976, and was previously known as Advanced Diploma in Building. The 3-year Diploma course is conducted on a full-time basis in branch campuses of Seri Iskandar Perak and Kota Samarahan Sarawak. The 2-year degree programme, however, is conducted on both full time and part time basis at the Shah Alam main campus. Starting January 2011, the degree programme is known as BSc (Hons) in Construction Management. The structure of the programme has been reviewed and updated to respond to the need of latest development in the field. Admission to the degree programme was amended and the length of study will depend on the candidate's qualification at entry level (STPM = 4 years full time; Diploma in Building = 2 years) Since 1989 the number of students enrolled into the Diploma and Degree programmes have been steadily increasing and the department is looking forward to having yearly enrolment of 500 diploma students and 100 degree students. An average between 75-80 percent of the diploma holders proceed to study for their degree in Building in local institutions and abroad. The majority of these students continue their degree programme in recognised

universities in the United Kingdom and Australia with exemption for direct entry into the third year for a four year degree programme. Both the Diploma and Degree programmes are fully recognised by the Public Services Department of Malaysia. The programmes are also fully accredited and recognised by the Chartered Institute of Building, United Kingdom since 1976. The Diploma in Building achieves exemption from Level I and partly Level II of the Chartered Institute of Building examinations and the Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) obtains full exemption at all levels (I, II & III) of CIOB examinations. Contact: The Department of Building Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Assoc Prof Sr Mafozah Murad Head of Centre of Studies Tel : 03-5544 4295 E-mail : mafozah876@salam.uitm.edu.my Maziah Khiri Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1587 E-mail : maziah048@salam.uitm.edu.my

Surveying Sciences and Geomatics

Geomatics The Department of Surveying Sciences and Geomatics was founded in 1971 under the name of Department of Land Surveying, previously known as Land Surveying Department and was under the School of Engineering. The change to the existing name began in 1996. The Department envisaged to become a referral centre for industry; distinguished academia: excellent in teaching, research and consultancy in the field of GEOMATICS nationally and internationally. The rationale for establishment is to produce graduates generally having strong fundamentals in surveying knowledge covering land surveying profession and in particular fulfilling the academic requirements of the Land Surveyors Board Peninsular Malaysia and to enhance students capability parallel with the industrials need. The Department The vision of offering diploma course in land surveying in the early seventies was driven by Mr. Ung Cheng Pee, a retired Survey General. The department of Land Surveying was established in 1971 under the name of Department of Land Surveying in the School of Engineering, Institute of Technology MARA with Mr. Ung Cheng Pee as the first head of the department. In 1992 Dr. Noordin Ahmad as the head of the department mooted the idea to rename the department as the Department of Surveying Science & Geomatic not only to better represent the changing role of the surveying profession but to better represent the widening breadth of the discipline which encompass the broad scope of modern measurement science, land information science and spatial data management. The department was officially named as the Department of Surveying Science & Geomatic in May 1995. However 25

years onwards and due to the restructuring of the Faculty of Engineering, the department was placed under the Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying, University Technology MARA in 1996. The department offered a three -year Diploma in Land Surveying program in 1971 with an enrolment of 10 students of which the diploma was first awarded in 1974. A two-half year Advanced Diploma in Land Surveying was introduced in 1983 with an enrolment of 23 students of which the Advanced Diploma was first awarded in 1986. Due to the changes in the name of the department in 1995, the diploma program has been renamed as the Diploma in Surveying Science & Geomatic in 1997 which subsequently renamed as the Diploma in Geomatic Science in 1999. The Advanced Diploma have been renamed as the Bachelor of Surveying Science & Geomatic (with honours) in 1997. In order to keep abreast with the technological change and demands on graduates in Geomatic who should have sound knowledge in geomeasurement, processing, interpretation, analysis and presentation of landbased spatial information as well as knowledge in the interpretation of satellite data and digital image processing, the department in 1995 offered two new programmes , namely the Diploma in Geomatic Science (Geographical Information System) with an enrolment of 16 students and the Diploma in Geomatic Science (Natural Resources) with an enrolment of 16 students. The department now is one of the leading local educational institutions that offer excellent opportunity to pursue education in surveying and geomatics. Contact: Head The Department Faculty of Universiti 40450 MALAYSIA of of Surveying Science Architecture, Planning Teknologi Shah Department Geomatics Surveying MARA Alam

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Assoc Prof Sr Dr Mohammad Halmi Kamaruddin Head of Programme Tel : 03-5544 4513 E-mail : halmi@salam.uitm.uitm.edu.my Nor Asiah Hj Omar Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5544 4513 E-mail : nao@salam.uitm.edu.my

Estate Management

The Department of Estate Management was founded in 1967. The aim of the department is to produce semi-professional and professional Bumiputras in the field of Real Estate. The curriculum was designed and consistent with University and complies with the professional body requirement for accreditation. Significant milestones of the department is summarised below. 1967 - A two-year program in Valuation was offered 1974 - The three-year Diploma course in Estate Management was introduced 1980 - Introduction of an Advance Diploma course in Estate Management 1999 - The current Bachelor of Estate Management (Hons) - renamed after the former Advance Diploma in conjunction with the conferment to University status of ITM Diploma in Estate Management The 3-year diploma course is conducted full-time. At present the programme is conducted at Seri Iskandar Campusonly. The degree program is conducted only at the main Shah Alam campus. It is conducted on both full and parttime basis on 3 and 3 years duration respectively . The entry requirement for the degree program is for candidates with Higher School Certificate (STPM) or Matriculation Certificate. Candidates with a Diploma in Estate Management from UiTM or any recognised institutions of higher learning and related program may also apply. Exemption from a number of courses by way of Transfer of Credit may be given at various

levels and courses. The part-time program caters for candidates with a diploma qualification in Estate Management only. Since 2003, the student intakes for the degree program have been steadily increasing and the department is gearing to have a yearly enrolment of 200 students. On average, 75% to 80% of UiTM Diploma in Estate Management holders will proceed to continue their studies at degree level in locally, especially at UiTM. The remaining figure may enrol at universities abroad, or prefer to work as technical assistants in private or government offices. Both the Diploma in Estate Management and Bachelor of Estate Management (Hons) are recognised by the Malaysian Government. The Bachelor of Estate Management (Hons) program is accredited by the Board of Valuer, Appraisers and Estate Agent (BoVAEA) and Institute of Surveyor Malaysia (ISM). Contact: The Department of Estate Management Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Azhar Abdul Razak Head of Centre of Studies Tel : 03-5544 4355 E-mail : azhar847@salam.uitm.edu.my Siti Aminah Abu Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1586 E-mail : sitiamin@salam.uitm.edu.my

Quantity Surveying

The Department of Quantity Surveying is one of the pioneering department established at faculty. The department currently conducts two programmes Diploma in Quantity Surveying (DQS) and Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (BQS). To date, more than 5,000 diploma students and over 2,000 degree students have graduated from these programmes.

The 3-year diploma is conducted on a full-time basis. It currently has a total number of about 1,300 students in the branch campuses of Seri Iskandar, Perak and Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. The BQS programme is conducted at the Shah Alam campus on full-time and part-time modes. The duration of the BQS programme is three years. The entry requirement for BQS programme is STPM (Malaysian Higher School Certificate) or a Matriculation Certificate. Candidates with a Diploma in Quantity Surveying from recognized institutions of higher learning or related programme may also apply and credit transfer for certain courses may be given for these students. The part-time programme caters for diploma holders only. Since 2003, the student intakes for the bachelor programme have been steadily increasing and the department is gearing to have a yearly enrolment of 200 students. On average, 75% to 80% of UiTM Diploma in Quantity Surveying holders proceeds for the bachelor in quantity surveying in local universities and abroad. Some pursue their first-degree in recognized universities in United

Kingdom and Australia with advance entry into the second or third year of a 3-year or 4-year bachelor programme. Both the Diploma in Quantity Surveying and Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (Hons) are recognized by the Malaysian Government. The Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (Hons) programme is accredited by the Board of Quantity Surveying Malaysia (BQSM) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor (RICS). Contact : The Department of Quantity Surveying Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Dr Faridah Ismail Head of Centre of Studies Tel : 03-5544 4350 E-mail : farid346@salam.uitm.edu.my Encik Mohd Mahen Mudzamil Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1581 E-mail : mohdmahen@salam.uitm.edu.my

Landscape Architecture

The Department of Landscape Architecture at UiTM was established in 1985 when the first batch of cohort students were registered to a Diploma in Landscape Design programme. Ten years later, in July 1995, the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons) was offered by the Department. Both programmes are recognised the Public Services Department of Malaysia (JPA). The Bachelor programme is also recognised by the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM). At present, the Diploma programme is offered at Seri Iskandar Perak while the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons) programme is conducted at Shah Alam campus. To prospective students, please read "A quick guide to a career of a Landscape Architect" that appears at the frontpage of our website. Contact: Department of Landscape Architecture Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Abu Hassan Wahab Head of Centre of Studies Tel: 03-5544 4359 E-mail: hassanwahab@salam.uitm.edu.my

Anuar Ridzuan Abbas Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1583 E-mail : anuar060@salam.uitm.edu.my

Town and Regional Planning

The department was established in July 1969 with an enrolment of 16 students offering the Diploma in Town and Country Planning course, which later changed to the Diploma in Town and Regional Planning . In 1972 a two-year Certificate in Town and Regional Planning was introduced followed by the Advance Diploma in Town and Regional Planning in January 1975. With the amendment to the Institut Teknologi MARA Act, the Advanced Diploma course was renamed Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning (Honours). From Semester June 2000, the department has created a milestone in its historical development with the introduction of the three year part-time Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning (Honours) Programme for diploma graduates and the four-year Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning (Honours) Programme for STPM/Matriculation candidates. However the Diploma programme is only offered at UiTM Sri Iskandar campus while both the Bachelor programmes (full and part-time) are offered at the main campus in Shah Alam and the part-time Bachelor programme is also offered in UiTM Sri Iskandar campus. At the department level, the Head of the Bachelor programme is considered as the Head of Department and supported by the Head of the Diploma Programme as well as all the Town and Regional Planning academic staff. The department also has initiated a portfolio for each of the academic staff, which is related to academic matters as well as student affairs. Some of the portfolios are

Research and Development Curriculum Review Seminar and Guest Lectures

Library Student Advisor Thesis and Final Study Examination Research and Consultancy Industrial Linkages, etc These portfolios have its own roles and functions to make sure the programmes and tasks of the department running smoothly. Contact: The Department of Town and Regional Planning Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Assoc Prof Dr Fatimah Yusof Head of Centre of Studies Tel : 03-5544 4343 E-mail : fatimah458@salam.uitm.edu.my Norzazilah Othman Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1584 E-mail : norzazilah@salam.uitm.edu.my

Interior Architecture

Interior Design is a profession that existed because of the needs for qualified professionals to plan and create well designed interior spaces for human activities such as working, recreation, entertaining, shopping and living. The growth in the building industry has enabled this new profession to develop and further assist the industry in planning and designing the built environment that may answer and satisfy the human needs. The Department of Interior Architecture was established in 1975 in Shah Alam as the Department of Interior Design and was a pioneer interior design education in Malaysia. The department changed its name to the Department of Interior Architecture in1997. Two programmes are currently offered by the Department, the Diploma in Interior Design and Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons). The Diploma programme is currently conducted at Seri Iskandar campus only while the Degree programme is at Shah Alam campus.

Contact: The Department of Interior Architecture Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Azlaini Abdul Aziz

Head of Programme Tel : 03-5544 4383 E-mail : azlaini824@salam.uitm.edu.my Puan Siti Zawiyah Ismail Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1588 E-mail : sitizawiyah@salam.uitm.edu.my

Parks and Amenity Management

The Department of Parks and Amenity Management was established on 17 April 2001. By Jun 2004 the programme was accreditated by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia. The Department of Parks and Amenity Management is the first such department to be established in Malaysia and the 10th within the Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying. The main aims was to provide a ready pool of professional park managers that will serve the public, private and the non-governmental organizations in the parks and recreation industry both in the built and natural environment. Prospective students are advised to read the "A quick guide to a career of Park Managers" that appears at the frontpage of this website. Contact: The Department of Parks & Amenity Management Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Assoc Prof Dr Kamarul Bahrain Shuib Head of Centre of Studies Bachelor of Parks & Amenity Management (AP230) Tel : 03-5544 4268 E-mail : kamarulshuib@yahoo.com Siti Norul Jannah Bt Mohamed Azizi Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1582 E-mail : noruljannah@salam.uitm.edu.my

Building Surveying

The Department of Building Surveying was established in 1994 under the Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying. The Department has since produced more than 500 Diploma graduates and over 600 graduates at Degree level. The degree course was previously known as Advanced Diploma in Building Surveying. Currently the 3-year Bachelor of Building Surveying (Hons) course is conducted on full time basis at Shah Alam and and Seri Iskandar campuses. The programme for part time mode was introduced in July 2006 at Shah Alam campus only. The 3-year full-time Diploma programme is conducted at the Seri Iskandar campus with student enrolment of 600. The courses are designed to provide to provide a rigorous training to students with professional recognition in the specific field of Building Surveying. Professional Building Surveyors will have to take the challenge in providing care and maintainance for the country's existing stock of building and structures. The professional Building Surveyor will play the major role as consultants in planning for maintenance of public and privately owned buildings to optimise their uses, safety and value thus, safeguarding the interest of the owners and the public. The holistic approach of the curriculum would enable graduates to achieve personal development and career path which ultimate aim at achieving professional recognition to practice as Professional Building Surveyor. The course is structured to cover broad areas of study in Building Control, Building Pathology, Maintenance Management, Professional Practice, Building By law, Construction Technology, Science of Materials, Building Economics, Building Services, Appreciation of Design, and Academic Research. The syllabus was developed to provide a broad yet rigorous

grounding in the principles and concepts of building surveying and concurrently, developing the students ability to be analytical, creative and innovative in solving related problems. Recognition Both the Diploma and Degree programmes are fully recognised by the Public Services Department, Malaysia. The graduates of the Bachelor of Building Surveying (Hons) from UiTM are fully accredited and granted full exemption from examination of the Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (ISM) and Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Career opportunities Graduates of the Building Surveying may be employed in the public or private agencies as Building Surveyor, Facilities and Maintenance Manager or other related services. Our graduates have been employed as building surveyors in federal and state authorities such as City Halls, Municipal Councils, Federal and State Government agencies, housing developers, hotels and resorts and other related industries. Contact: The Department of Building Surveying Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Universiti Teknologi MARA 40450 Shah Alam MALAYSIA Sr Ellemy Iskandar Khalid Head of Programme Bachelor of Building Surveying (AP229) Tel : 03-5544 4345 E-mail : ellemy@salam.uitm.edu.my Siti Norul Jannah Mohamed Azizi Admin Assistant Tel : 03-5521 1582 E-mail : noruljannah@salam.uitm.edu.my
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