FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

Overview

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UNIMAS always put the community first, regardless of their background in their effort to spread knowledge throughout the region. This is shown from our programmes enrollment, whereby the application from special needs students are carefully reviewed and given special attention.

Since XXXX, XX special needs students have graduated with distinction. Statistics shows that, the supportive learning environment, with the help from lecturers and comprehensive support from the University, particularly in the provision of teaching and learning equipment especially for special needs students, has helped the figures to increase yearly.

Who are they?

UNIMAS has received a few student intake with special needs such as partly sight and hearing impairments. The enrolment of the special needs students are based on the requirements of Programmes offered to them.

Programmes Offered

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Special Software and devices to help those with disabilities such as JAWS Software and wheelchairs. Preferential seating in classroom

(e.g front row seating)

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Accommodation

For students with mobility challenges, UNIMAS Colleges provides priority registration service for the first floor of the dorm.

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Centre for Disabilities Studies

CoEDS aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, disabled persons and civil society to share experiences and perspectives on issues and challenges we face in promoting the social inclusion of people with disabilities. At CoEDS, disability is viewed not as a personal tragedy, but as a societal issue that requires a paradigm shift – one that moves away from seeing disabled people as objects of charity to one that views them as people who have intrinsic human rights.

CoEDS therefore seeks to promote disability studies as a field of study which addresses the marginalisation and exclusion of people with disabilities in society. Their research and development projects are aimed at bringing people from various backgrounds and with different abilities together to facilitate partnership and full participation.

CoEDS also aims to create extensive networks with various institutions and agencies locally and internationally in forging practice, research and policy on promoting a disability-sensitive and inclusive society.

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FEB Postgraduate Programmes


Faculty of Economics and Business offers :

POSTGRADUATE DEGREES BY RESEARCH (MASTERS AND DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY)

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree is a research degree by thesis under the supervision of an experienced member of academic staff or a supervisory panel. A panel is made up of graduate staff and experts from either within or outside the University. The duration of studies is 3 years full-time and 4 years part-time.

The academic progress of a research student is evaluated twice a year through progress reports. Final assessment is through thesis and a viva voce examination.

A student who has satisfied the Examination Committee for Postgraduate Studies in all aspects of their work is eligible forthe award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

MASTER'S DEGREE

The Master's degree by research is under the supervision of an experienced member of academic staff or a supervisory panel. A panel is made up of graduate staff and experts from either within or outside the University.

The duration of studies is 2 years full-time and 3 years part-time.

The academic progress of a research student is evaluated twice a year through progress reports. The degree is examined through the presentation of a thesis and through a viva voce examination.

A student who has satisfied the Examination Committee for Postgraduate Studies in all aspects of their work is eligible for the award of the Master's degree.

POSTGRADUATE DEGREES BY COURSEWORK (MASTERS)

The Master's degree by coursework programme is designed to extend the knowledge and skills gained from the first degree and to develop new professional skills in graduates. The programme involves lectures, seminars and project work. A minimum of 42 credit points of study and a final Cumulative Grade Point (CGPA) of at least 3.0 is required for the award of the Master's degree.

The minimum 42-credit points of study consists of a combination of compulsory subjects, electives and a research/dissertation project. Each subject carries a weightage of 2 to 3-credit points, and assessments are through take home assignments, tests and final semester examinations. Student progress and performance in the research/dissertation project is assessed through oral presentations and written reports.

Corporate Master in Business Administration (CMBA)

The CMBA gives the working professionals the flexibility to upgrade their managerial skills and career growth. If you want to shape your career to meet the challenges of a complex and changing business environment, this innovative CMBA is ideal for you. The programme has attracted a highly motivated community of students from diverse academic backgrounds and working experiences. We bring together experienced, dedicated and qualified lecturers to ensure the programme is innovative, application-oriented and multi-disciplinary. The CMBA is outstanding because it has retained the best features of the traditional MBA combined with contemporary features demanded by today business managers.

FEB Undergraduate Programmes


Overview

Aligned with the faculty’s goal in achieving academic excellence, FEB will continue to restructure and improve the faculty’s academic system. As an initiative towards the goal of excellence, FEB is offering an academic structure according to individual programme and area of specialization. The academic structure is specifically designed to enable students to have the opportunity in acquiring quality knowledge and skills in their chosen field.

Programme Objectives

The faculty Undergraduate Curriculum consists of three categories: University Courses, Core Courses, and Specialization Courses.

The university courses are made up of University Elective Courses and Generic Development Courses:

  • University Elective Courses; UNIMAS undergraduates must undertake up to 9 credit (12 credit for Accounting Programme) of University Elective Courses. Students take courses offered by other faculties/centre based on their own interest, skills and basic knowledge. Through these courses, students are able to diversify their knowledge.
  • Generic Development Courses; All programmes in UNIMAS require the students to undertake Generic Development Courses. These courses and activities are designed to inculcate positive attitude and students personality of high confidence, autonomy, focus, cooperation and networking - inline with UNIMAS philosophy where the teaching-learning emphasise on total individual personal development. Students are required to complete a total of fifteen (15) credit hours.
  • Core courses are specially designed for each programme. It is made up of coherent courses with a wide overview, that enables students to gain an in depth knowledge of their field to be of great use for future development. Beside that, the function of the core courses is to strengthen students understanding in contemporary economic and business knowledge. The total number of credits required is 62 credits.

    Economy Programme

    • Bachelor of Economics with Honours (International Economics)
    • Bachelor of Economics with Honours (Industrial Economics)
    • Bachelor of Economics with Honours (Service Economics)
    • Bachelor of Economics with Honours (Business Economics)

      Business Management Programme

      • Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (Marketing)
      • Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (Corporate Management)

        Accounting and Finance Programme

        • Bachelor of Finance (Honours)
        • Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours)

DISCOVER YOUR EXPLORATION PATH WITH US

By joining us today, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our renowned key researchers in respective niche research area such as Computational Linguistics, Human-Computer Interaction, Knowledge Management Technology, Mobile Networking, Software Engineering, Computational Science, Social Informatics, Wireless Networks, Visual Information Processing, High Performance Computing, Information Security, Mobile Computing and Broadband Communications.

You will have the opportunity to conduct field work and interviews with senior-level members and researcher with cross-functional research interest. We could assure you, with the vast geographical area of Borneo, there are plenty to be unleashed. Who knows, you might be our next benchmark setter. But what matters the most, with the training, analysis and research that you have done, we believe it is the most valuable personal experience for you.

For UNIMAS, it is our mission to continuously generate, disseminate and apply knowledge strategically and innovatively to enhance the quality of the nation's culture and prosperity of its people.

"Imagination is the highest form of research..."

- Albert Einstein

Benefits

You may travel across town in Borneo, across states in Malaysia or maybe around the world. You will be working with senior researchers, alongside your domain cluster's colleagues within a designated lab.

Future Opportunity

You might want to extend your research to a proposal to continue your studies with us, either MSc or PhD. What you need to do is just submit it to your supervisor.

How to Apply

The openings are based on the vacancies available at our homepage under the Announcement section throughout the year. Do check it out.

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