School of Postgraduate Studies


Master of
Business Administration
JPT/BPP (R/345/7/0305) (A9102) 04/18





The Master of Business Administration (MBA) offers a more focused, yet diversified curriculum that will enhance the knowledge and problem-solving skills of both managers and executives. This programme is designed to provide professionals with the right skills to meet the challenges of an increasingly competitive global business environment. The programme is approved by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia and accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).



This program is designed for aspiring or current middle level managers to upgrade their skills and qualifications to prepare them to access career opportunities which become evident to them in their current employment or new opportunities with alternative employers.


The Master of Business Administration consists of 11 subjects and 1 project paper.


Core Subjects

1. Marketing Management

2. Managerial Economics

3. International Business

4. Managing People and Organisations

5. Accounting and Finance for Managers

6. Strategic Management-Asian Business


Elective Subjects (Choose 2)

1. Quality and Change Management

2. Small Business Management

3. Project Management

4. Business Statistics

5. Operations Management

6. Risk Analysis & Management

7. Event Management


Specialisation (Choose 1)

1) International Business

a. Multinational Corporations

b. International Marketing

c. International Logistics and Transport

2) Entrepreneurship

a. Entrepreneurship and Innovation

b. Enterprise Risk Management

c. Supply Chain Management

3) Supply Chain Management

a. Supply Chain Management

b. Purchasing and Procurement Management

c. International Logistics and Transpor


Normal Entry

Malaysian & International Students:

•          Recognised Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent.


Note: International students are required to attain a  level of English Language Proficiency equivalent to IELTS of 5.5 or TOFEL score of 550 or other equivalent approved test.


Those who have their tertiary education in English shall normally be exempted from the requirement.


Alternative Entry

Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) Entry requirements:

•          30 years of age as of 1st January in the year of application

•          Possess at least STPM / Diploma / equivalent (e.g. foundation) with relevant                work experience

•          Other recognised equivalent qualifications; and

•          Passed APEL assessment




January, May, and September



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