Universiti Sains Malaysia

Malaysia

Available Courses

This course is an introduction of marketing course to students. It encompasses theory and marketing philosophy that focuses on elements such as product, price, place and promotion which is the foundation of marketing theory building. In addition, students are also exposed to environmental factors such as technology development, consumer, marketing and global community that influence the current marketing practices.

This course aims to introduce students to the issues of international business and globalisation. Among the topics to be covered are globalisation, theories of international trade and investment, political and legal systems in national environment, government intervention, entry mode, emerging market and etc.

This course is designed to increase students’ awareness of the functions and importance of effective communication in the business. This course focuses on the application of communication principles in achieving organizational goals. Special emphasis is placed on developing writing and speaking proficiency in English.

Economics, Culture and Entrepreneurship courses cover economic action, relationships, and processes in the social environment. It discusses differences and economic and social reintegration, market viabilityas an economic institution, the centralization of power in economic life, the importance of economic and cultural values economy and globalization of economy and society. In particular, this course is interesting attention to the basic assumptions that a deep understanding of economics and entrepreneurship require attention to how social structure works and institution form channels of information, trust, cooperation, norms, principle morals, power and domination in economic actions and interactions.

This course focuses on the fundamentals of acting and emphasizes spontaneous communication in movement, dialogue, expression and emotion.The students explore the tools of an actor voice, body, gesture and theembodiment of these in a natural manner. This course concentrates on acting skills through the use of improvisational techniques and performance. The course also focuses on verbal and nonverbal language used by actors to communicate with co-actors and audience

This course provides a basic and general introduction to visual communication such as advertising, movies, videos, computers, photography, journalism, graphics, animation and cartoons, as well as other communication media with visual elements. Emphasis will be placed on understanding visual use in he process of communication and how to evaluate visual images from multiple perspectives. Students will learn how these visual images are used through practical training in photography.

The course aims to make students understand the contributions of the philosophers of the West to modern thought. Through an examination of some of the major ideas put forth by Western philosophers such as Descartes, Locke, Hume, Kant, Comte, Nietzsche and Kierkegaard students will gain an understanding of the foundations laid by these philosophers to modern thought such as rationalism, empiricism, positivism, individualism and nihilism.

This course investigates the structure of the Malaysian system of government and the major trends in contemporary Malaysia. Emphasis will be given both to current issues in Malaysian politics and the historical and economic developments and trends of the country. The discussion begins with a review of the independence process. An analysis of the formation and workings of the major institutions of government parliament, judiciary, bureaucracy, and the electoral and party systems will follow this. The scope and extent of Malaysian democracy will be considered, especially in light of current changes and developments in Malaysian politics. The second part of the course focuses on specific issues: ethnic relations, national unity and the national ideology; development and political change; federal-state relations; the role of religion in Malaysian politics; politics and business; Malaysia in the modern world-system; civil society; law, justice and order; and directions for the future.

As the course is specific in nature (ESP), the materials and topics covered will be pertinent to the students’ respective disciplines and future employment. It will provide students with an opportunity to enhance their language skills through active participation in a variety of integrated task-based and simulated activities involving the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course equips students with language and soft skills so that they are able to participate in discussions, give oral presentations and reports, carry out projects and attend job interviews.

This course introduces students to effective communication and presentation skills to facilitate meaningful communication in academic and social settings. The course adopts a practical approach to communication and presentation skills whereby students are given ample practice in various forms of communication activities ranging from taking part in small talk, discussing social issues interactively, conducting interviews and participating in panel discussions. In the communication skills component, students will learn to employ relevant language structures for communication purposes and practice skills such as building rapport, using body language and effective listening and questioning techniques. In the presentation skills component, students will be given practical trainingnand practice in developing their presentation skills on formal and informal topics via individual, pair work and group work strategies. Students will be taught how to prepare and present effective presentations in front of an audience and handle questions from the audience.

This is a beginner level Bahasa Malaysia course. Students are taught pronunciation according to the Malay Language Sound System. They are also introduced to basic grammar and trained to write simple sentences. A list of about 500 words is introduced. These include nouns, verbs, adjectives and function words. This course enables students to use basic language structures for daily conversations in a variety of situations. Students are also exposed to the Malay culture.

This course introduces the origins of human settlements at various scales. It includes various aspects related to built environment and human settlement including understanding design and scale, human needs, production and evolution, delivery systems, social aspects and urban morphology. The theories and regulation of the built environment will also be discussed.

Address
Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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