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  1. Welcome to FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND LAW MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY MELAKA CAMPUS

  2. PHILOSOPHY

  3. AIM

  4. DISTINCT FEATURES OF THE FACULTY

  5. ATTRIBUTES OF OUR GRADUATES

  6. PROGRAMMES OFFERED

  7. ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  8. ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  9. ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  10. COURSE STRUCTUREB.Acc. (Hons)

  11. COURSE STRUCTUREB.B.A. (Hons)

  12. COURSE STRUCTURELLB (Hons)

  13. PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  14. PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  15. BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HONOURS) (BANKING AND FINANCE)

  16. Introduction

  17. Career Prospects

  18. Career Prospects

  19. BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HONOURS) (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)

  20. Introduction

  21. Objective

  22. Career Prospects

  23. Career Prospects

  24. Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) (International Business)

  25. Introduction • The word globalization is now synonym to the world of business. Organizations that did not meet up the globalization needs will tend to loose out in the business arena and will be considered as weak and fragile. • This programme is offered to cater these ever challenging needs of the international business framework. Apart from understanding the theoretical aspect of international business, students will also be exposed with real world business practices by adopting real case scenarios and also letting them going for internship in the various Multinational companies. • This approach will ensure that international business graduates will be well equipped in the international business career.

  26. Objective • The advent of globalisation and liberalization has necessitated the adoption of new strategies in doing business. • Courses in this programme are taught using the latest multimedia tools. • Student will also be exposed to real world business practices through industrial training in order to prepare them for the challenging international business career .

  27. Career Prospects

  28. Career Prospects

  29. Objective • The programme emphasizes on the analytical and systematic planning approaches for developing a marketing strategy as well as the coordination and control mechanism available for marketing activities. • It also highlights the use of latest information communication technologies in contemporary marketing practices.

  30. PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES • To produce graduates equipped with skill sets and attitude required for current and future work. • To produce graduates who are able to integrate information systems, management models and social theories in dealing with contemporary business challenges • To provide students with critical tools and skills for acquiring and applying business intelligence in firms • To inculcate in students the strategic and entrepreneurial mind-set for being successful knowledge personnel and managers • To produce graduates who will meet the need of changing work and industry structure in the knowledge-based economy [KBE].

  31. CAREER PROSPECTS Industries/Sectors that Need Your Expertise: • Medical Institutions • Financial Institutions • Media Industry • Government Agencies/Departments • Universities/Colleges • Travel and Hospitality • Research Institutions • Non-Governmental Organizations [NGOs] and International Institutions such as ASEAN and UN

  32. CAREER PROSPECTS cont’d Possible Job Positions: • Database Administrator • Website Administrator • Public Affairs Manager • Knowledge Officer • Chief knowledge Officer • Lecturer • Management Trainee • Consultant • Systems Analyst

  33. Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

  34. Objectives of the Course include: • To ensure that students are educated in law; • To ensure that students are able to argue with reason and logic; • To promote critical and analytical thinking students; • To produce students who are able understand legal issues.

  35. Career Prospects The Bachelor of Laws is the basic degree in legal education and it offers many interesting openings:- • Graduates could work for the government. Government sector provides job opportunities to law graduates as Public Prosecutors and Solicitors. • Besides that, the Government also needs Law Officers, Legal Assistants and Legal Advisers in many departments

  36. Career Prospects • Members of the judiciary must have legal education. Only a few would be selected. • They may rise to the levels of Chief Judicial Magistrate, District and Sessions Judge or even as a Judge of the High Court. • Such elections and promotions depend very much on experience and seniority.

  37. Career Prospects • If one decides to be one's own boss - He/she could set up his/ her own private practice, that is after being called to the Bar. • Depending upon the aptitude and specialisation, one could start practicing in civil or criminal cases.

  38. Career Prospects • Today, there are a number of lawyers who specialize and practice in tax laws. • There are also legal advisors dealing exclusively with the labor laws or specialized in areas such as patents, trademarks, sales tax or even foreign exchange. • There are also legal advisors dealing exclusively with the labor laws or in international laws.

  39. Career Prospects • Teaching is another avenue. Law graduates with good percentage, a good aptitude and taste for teaching normally decide to teach. • They could teach at local universities, or at universities aboard or at other institutes offering law courses.

  40. Career Prospects With a law degree, one would be equipped to take up challenging positions at international levels:- • Legal positions at the United Nations or the World Trade Organization could be within the reach of outstanding students.

  41. Bachelor of Accounting (Hons)

  42. Accreditation BY • Malaysian Institute of Accountant • Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountant • LAN • JPA • Chartered Institute of Management Accountant (U.K) - 6 more subjects • Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (U.K) - 5 more subjects • CPA, Australia - 6 more subjects

  43. HOW TO BECOME A MIA MEMBER?

  44. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT • Graduates in Accounting from the universities specified in Part I of the First Schedule • Member of any of the recognised bodies specified in Part II of the First Schedule • At least 3 years of supervised experience

  45. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONSFirst Schedule, Part II of Accountants Act, 1967 • Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants • Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia • CPA Australia • Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand • Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants • Institute of Chartered Accountants of India • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK)

  46. THE ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSION IN MALAYSIA

  47. MEMBERS IN PRACTICE • Statutory Auditors • Company Secretary • Tax Consultants • Management Consultants • Receivers • Liquidators • Accountants

  48. PUBLIC SECTOR • Accountants • Treasurers • Financial Officers • Auditors • Inland Revenue Officers • Bank Negara Officers • Directors of Ministries

  49. COMMERCE INDUSTRY/EDUCATION • Internal Auditors • Company Secretaries • Company Accountants • Tax Manager • Corporate Planners • Budget Controllers • EDP & Systems Manager • Bank Officers/Managers • Finance Directors • Lecturers • Chief Executive Officers