Graduate Certificate in Business Management

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Designed to instil students with knowledge in basic management disciplines, the programme teaches the general principles in managing human capital and physical assets in a dynamic business environment. By the end of the programme, graduates will develop a comprehensive understanding of the key areas that contribute to the success of an organisation, which include marketing products globally, developing sound quality initiatives, working as a team effectively, as well as producing reports and presentations of high standards.

Basic Grounding

Of Management Principles For Those From Non-Business Environment

In As Short As 1 Year

Related to Financial Technology & Risk Assessment

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
Helen Hayes

Top Core Courses

Fundamentals that will build you up to stay relevant and excellent today, tomorrow and beyond.

Human Resource Management

Find out what functions the HR department carries out

Introduction to Financial Management

Money matters so learn how to manage organisational finances effectively

Principles of Marketing

Customers are the key to any business so learn how to provide them the products or services that will keep them coming back for more.

Principles and Practice of Management

Learn what it takes to manage a department or an organisation


Even if you don’t like numbers, it is good to know the basics and be aware of how the money earned is being spent.

Learning Path

Students will gain basic knowledge in numerous areas of HR, marketing, accounting and finance and general management.

Upon graduation, you can apply for human resource, positions available in various industries.



No.Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours



Hubungan Etnik (for Malaysian students) OR

Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (for foreign students only)




Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (for Malaysian students) OR

Malaysian Studies 3 (for foreign students only)

Subtotal Credit Hours 6
1.WUC107/03Workplace Communication Skills3



Learning Skills for University Studies   OR

Computers in Networked Society

Subtotal Credit Hours 6
1.BBM103/05Principles and Practice of Management5
2.BBM104/05Principles of Marketing5
3.BBM205/05Business Accounting I5
4.BBM207/05Human Resource Management5
5.BBF201/05Introduction to Financial Management5
Subtotal Credit Hours25
Total Credit Hours37


Candidates with the following criteria will be eligible to be considered for admission into the undergraduate programme:

(1) Regular Entry

Candidates must fulfil one of the following criteria:

With a pass in English and Mathematics at SPM / UEC Senior Middle III and

• Grade C (SGP 2.0) in at least two (2) subjects / two (2) Principals in STPM / HSC / A-Level

• Five (5) Grade Bs in UEC Senior Middle III

Other eligible qualifications

• An approved / accredited Diploma / Advanced Diploma

•An approved Foundation / Matriculation (minimum CGPA 2.00 out of 4.00) qualification from other private and public universities in Malaysia

• Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government

(2) Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) provides an opportunity for individuals with working experience but lack of formal academic qualifications to pursue their tertiary studies. APEL involves the identification, documentation and assessment of prior experiential learning to determine the extent to which an individual has achieved the desired learning outcomes, for access to a programme of study

Applicants should comply with the following admission criteria stipulated by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA):

• The candidate should be at least 21 years of age in the year of application and possess relevant work experience.

All of the University’s courses are classified into three categories, i.e., lower level, middle level or higher level. Lower-level courses are basic, introductory or foundation courses designed for freshmen. Middle-level courses may require some knowledge of previous study or a certain amount of intellectual maturity. Higher level courses are specialised courses usually designed for those majoring in a particular discipline. The level of a course is indicated by the first digit of the course code, i.e., lower level courses are indicated by the code 1XX/XX, middle level courses by 2XX/XX and higher level courses by 3XX/XX or 4XX/XX. The 2 digits after the slash indicate the credit value of the course. i.e., WLA101/03 is a lower level course of 3 credits while BBM203/05 is a middle level course of 5 credits and TEC305/10 is a higher level course of 10 credits.

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