i. Sarjana Muda dalam mana-mana bidang dengan PNGK minimum 2.50 atau yang setara dengannya seperti yang diterima oleh Senat; atau
ii. Sarjana Muda atau yang setara dengannya tetapi tidak mencapai PNGK 2.50, boleh diterima masuk tertakluk kepada minimum 5 tahun pengalaman bekerja dalam bidang yang relevan.
Syarat kompetensi Bahasa Inggeris bagi pelajar antarabangsa: Minimum IELTS 6.0 atau yang setaraf.
Warganegara Malaysia; DAN
Calon hendaklah berumur 30 tahun dan ke atas pada tahun permohonan dibuat; DAN
Mempunyai pengalaman bekerja/pengalaman pembelajaran terdahulu yang berkaitan; DAN
Lulus Penilaian APEL bagi Sarjana (yang dikendalikan oleh OUM); DAN
Memiliki kelayakan seperti berikut:
STPM / Diploma yang diiktiraf; Atau
Matrikulasi / Asasi / Foundation (nilai kredit 50-52 kredit ; nilai gred PNGK 2.00 dan ke atas ; tempoh pengajian sekurang-kurangnya setahun) ; Atau
A-Level (jumlah kursus minimum 3 ; nilai gred minimum E ; tempoh pengajian sekurang-kurangnya 18 bulan) ; Atau
International Baccalaureate Diploma (jumlah kursus minimum 6 kumpulan kursus dan 3 elemen wajib ; nilai gred minimum 24 point dan ke atas ; tempoh pengajian sekurang-kurangnya 2 tahun).
i. Bachelor degree in any field with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 or its equivalent as accepted by the Senate; or
ii. Bachelor degree or its equivalent, with CGPA below 2.50 is acceptable, subject to a minimum of 5 years working experience in related field.
English language competency requirements for international students: Minimum IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.
The candidate should be more than 30 years of age in the year of application; AND
Relevant work experience / prior experiential learning; AND
Pass the APEL Assessment (Aptitude Test, Portfolio & Interview) conducted by OUM; AND
Possess the following qualification:
STPM / Recognised Diploma; Or
Matriculation / Foundation (credit score 50-52 credits; CGPA grade 2.00 and above; minimum study period of one year); Or
A-Level (minimum of 3 courses; minimum grade E; duration of study at least 18 months); Or
International Baccalaureate Diploma (minimum of 6 courses and 3 required elements;minimum grade of 24 points and above; duration of study at least 2 years).
The provisional offer of admission will be revoked if the candidate:
Fails to submit evidence of qualification within the stipulated date; or
Does not meet the entry requirements of the University.
Entry requirements are subject to change as stipulated by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency.
* Fees applicable to Malaysians and Permanent Residents only.
* International students are required to pay registration fees of RM1,000 and an additional 20% for the tuition fees.
* The University reserves the right to revise the fees without prior notice.
(Subject to change)
Discount for the Physically Challenged Learners (OKU) and Senior Citizens
The University offers 50% discount for:
Senior citizens aged 60 and above on registration date; and
Physically challenged learners – a valid Orang Kelainan Upaya (OKU) is required.
These discounts are for subject fees only and are not applicable for research and other fees. The discounts are also not valid for second time registration and repeating of subjects.
Learners who receive this discount are not entitled to other discounts and promotions.
RM50 (Malaysian) & RM100 (International Students)
Re-registration fee of RM220 per semester is chargeable for extension of Masters Projects
EPF (Account 2); or
Education or Personal Loan from commercial banks; or
Organization & Business Management
This course is an introduction to key concepts in management and organization theory. Its goal is to enable learners to understand the manager’s role, constraints, leverages and opportunities within complex organisations. It stresses the use of behavioural science based on research and the formulation of systematic diagnoses, which in turn will lead to specific courses of action.The purpose of the course is to introduce the learner to the different aspects of organisational business management as a clear understanding of management approaches is critical to effectively manage an organisation. This course takes the perspective of a manager who needs to plan, organise, lead and control.
Information Technology for Managers
This course will discuss on organization and management, elements and infrastructure of Information Technology, Information System, types of computer based Information System and Organizational Information System used in organizational management. The concepts of knowledge management for building an effective Information System for digital firm also will be highlighted.
Human Resource Management
This course emphasises a pragmatic approach to the study of managing human resources. Common themes include human resource management potential link to contribute to organisational success and employee well-being and the relationships that exist between employers and employees. This course explores the role of human resource managers and provides a comprehensive foundation to managing human resources for non-human resource managers.
The course will cover the major aspects of marketing decision-making: role of marketing in business organisations; analysis of marketing opportunities; development of marketing strategies; and implementation and control of marketing efforts. The course is interactive in nature, involving discussions, case analysis and assignments.
This course provides an overview in understanding people at their work place. It discusses a systematic approach to understanding the actions and attitudes of people that take place in organizations by using organisational behavior theories and models. This course also discusses on the individual differences and personality, perceptions, motivation and its relationship with rewards, teams and groups, different types of power, conflict and negotiations, organisational design and structure and culture in an organisation.
This course focuses on the research elements, components, and processes in scientific research, its purpose and importance. Various types of research, characteristics of scientific research, methods of reasoning, and hypothetic-deductive method are discussed. Formulating research problems, research objectives, theoretical framework, hypothesis, research design, data collection methods, scale and measurements, reliability and validity, data analysis methods, report writing and presentation are discussed.
This course focuses on formulating and implanting short and long-term strategies. As in most private and public organizations, policies and strategies are formulates and implanted in a multi-faceted global environment of social, political, economics, and legal entities. The main purpose of this course is to develop a conceptual framework of ?general management?s perspective? on strategic thinking and direction in formulating policies and strategies. Students will be introduced to the latest application managerial tools and techniques that should be utilized in assisting the decision-making process. Focus would also be made to evaluate the impact of situations and implications to the total enterprise.
Advanced Corporate Communication
A well-conceived communication strategy will enhance company sales or branding, improve profitability and also help advance the practitioners’ careers. As a sub-discipline of strategic management, this course is designed to prepare learners as communications professionals participating in the development of corporate events, image, the collaborative efforts affecting media strategies and how corporate identity can be managed. Learners will also learn to design communication strategies that are align with the organisation’s goals to meet the expectations of both external clients and internal staff. The course also discusses issues on the relationship between ICT platforms, technology revolutions and its implications on corporate disclosure in the information age.
Organizational Development and Change
This course attempts to explain an in-depth study of organization-wide interventions designed to develop the organization and to implement change in the organization. Tools and alternatives for developing and improving the organization from a holistic management approach are discussed in this course. This course also explores the organization development consultant?s role as a change agent.
The aim of the course is to expose students on managerial leadership in formal organizations. It focuses on the building of necessary skills that are vital for effective leadership. Different types of leadership, their effectiveness and challenges, are discussed. At the end of the course, students will be able to differentiate the different types of leadership characteristics and apply them in different situations in the organization.
Ethics for Managers
This course is intended to help managers recognize and think through ethical issues when they arise, and to contribute to their overall knowledge of the management process. The honesty, integrity, and good will of those who manage an organization set the stage for effective and profitable results.
International Business Management
This course is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of the environment in which international business operates and of the business practices required to compete successfully in global markets. A secondary goal for this course is for students to develop the basic decision-making skills associated with managing different aspects of international business. In order to facilitate these goals, students will be exposed to a variety of information and experience through readings in the text, articles on international business, international data bases, business cases, and a group project based on a global business situation.
What is Master of Management? A Master in Management gives graduates the opportunity to gain professional skills and knowledge they need to become a successful business leader or a manager.
Why need a master’s management? The programme focuses on delivering executive education to professional across the globe, through its distance and blended learning modes of delivery, while ensuring competencies in the field of Business Management.
What are the entry requirements of MM? a. Bachelor degree with CGPA of 2.50 above (out of 4.00), or b. Bachelor degree with CGPA of 2.50 below and subject to a minimum of 5 years working experience, or c. STPM/Matriculation/Foundation/A-Level, Malaysian age more than 30 years old with working experience, and should pass the assessment (conducted
What would you study in MM? Human resource management, organisation and business management, information technology for managers, marketing management, organisational behaviour, ethics for managers, organizational development and change, leadership, strategic management, advance corporate communications, international business management, and business research methods.
What is the duration of study? 2 years or 6 semesters.
How much are the fees for Malaysian and permanent residents? RM24,108 blended and RM 21,267 Fully Online for 2 years.
How much are the fees for International students? Registration fees of RM1, 000 and an additional 20% of the tuition fees, and subject to currency rate.
What are your career prospects? Learners may enter careers manager, directorship, MNC executives, CEO, MNC manager, business consultant, business development manager, head of retail and logistic, director of oil and gas and HR manager.
What is the delivery mode? The classes are conducted fully online with video lecturer, forums, and virtual face-to-face tutor meeting. The virtual face-to-face tutor meetingis conducted on weekends or evening.
How many courses should be taken? 12 compulsory courses, and 1 project paper.
How many courses are there per semester? 3 courses.
How to grade student performance? Some courses based on 100% assignment, and some courses 60% assignment + 40% final examination.
Where can I find out about funding? For Malaysian, you may withdraw their EPF contributions from Account II to finance their study.