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the course provides the overview of communication theory as well as incorporates extensive practical aspects of public speaking
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This subject will introduce the four basic principles of management to the students. It also helps the students to understand the work responsibilities of a manager in a typical organization. The four basic principles of management include planning, organizing, leading and controlling.
This subject will introduce the four basic principles of management to the students. It also helps the students to understand the work responsibilities of a manager in a typical organization. The four basic principles of management include planning, organizing, leading and controlling.

CLO1: Describe key managerial components that are used in managing an organization
CLO2: Discuss relevant problems and issues that are related to the management areas.
CLO3: Work in a team to prepare and present a report based on a case study analysis that related to management areas

This course is designed to provide students with sufficient coverage of human resource planning process and staffing within organization. Students will be exposed to various methods and techniques in recruitment and selection of applicants. This is to prepare them in assisting managers in recruitment and selection process. Topics covered are an overview of human resource management which emphasizes on the roles and functions of modern human resource department; interviewing; selection; job analysis; job description and job specification.



This course is offered to expose the students with types of human communication, how it occurs, the skills in interpersonal communication and communication in a small group as well as in the organization.Students also will learn the basic of managing conflicts in the organization and group.

This module is designed to provide the student with an in-depth analysis of modern record keeping requirements for the practice of human resources management. The course also immerse the students in use of modern HRIS system.
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This course requires students to understand the basic concepts of rules and regulations governing employment law in Malaysia. Students are exposed to the fundamental principles of laws related to contract of service, principles of natural justice, dismissal, payment of wages, Trade Union, Industrial Dispute and Industrial Court.

1. SUBJECT SYNOPSIS

This course introduces student to the basic accounting principles underlying the accounting equation, double entry system, recording process and financial statement with adjustment for service business. Student required preparing a bank reconciliation statement for internal control, preparing financial statement for partnership and explain the process of liquidation.



2. OBJECTIVES

The course objectives are to provide the student with knowledge in basic financial accounting by completing the accounting cycle for service business and prepare financial statement for partnerships business. Student also able to reconcile the cash and bank account.
















3. LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1 : Recognise accounting concept, accounting equation and rules of double
entry system.

CO2 : Apply double entry system in the recording process and completing the
accounting cycle.


CO3 : Prepare bank reconciliation statement

CO4 : Prepare financial statement for partnership and record the entries for
liquidation of partnership.



4. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

4.1 Lecture

4.2 Exercise and tutorial

Students-centred Learning (project, PBL, Presentation and independent learning)



5. ASSESSMENT


5.1 Continuous Assessments:

Quizzes
15%
Group project: 20%
Test 15%

5.2
Final Examination
50%













6. COURSE REQUIREMENT

6.1 Attendance is COMPULSORY.

6.2 College attendance requirement: 80% minimum attendance. If a student’s attendance is less than 80%, he/she may be barred from sitting the final examination.


6.3 Any absence must be supported with either a medical chit issued (or endorsed) by a government clinic or an appropriate presented to the lecturer immediately upon return to college



7. MAIN REFERENCES

7.1 Weygant, J.J,. Keiso, D. E. and Kimmel, P. D. (2012), Accounting Principles.12th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York: John Wiley and Sons, Co.
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8. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES

8.1 Reeve, J.M, Warren C.S and Duchac, J.E. (2014), Principles of Accounting, 25th Ed: South-Western, Cengage Learning

Warren, C.S., Reeve, J.M., and Duchac, J.E. (2014), Accounting, 25th Edition, Sourth-Western Ohio

Thomas, A. & Ward, A.M. (2012), Introduction to Financial Accounting. 7th Edition. McGraw-Hill (The updated edition is not available. The current content is still relevant).

Wood, Frank and Sansgter. (2015), Business Accounting. 13th Edition. Prentice Hall
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This course requires students to understand the basic concepts of rules and regulations governing legal aspects of travel industry in Malaysia. Students are exposed to the Malaysians legal system and fundamental principles of laws relating to contract, agency, duty of care, misdescription of services and accommodations, creation and operation of tourism enterprises and legal aspects of business organizations.
These courses introduce the concept of change management and change tools. It exposes the students the proactive ways to address change and met the challenge of transition in the workplace. It also provides the students the understanding of how to overcome problem encountered when making changes in an organization. The students will learn different theories to effectively handle organization change. The importance of understanding the creation of the learning organization and its relation to managing human capital are also discussed.
This course provides students with an overview of the organizational behavior comprised of individual, teams, and organizational relationship in facing the global challenges and changing workplace environment.
This subject introduce students to a variety of techniques of business writing theories and oral practices. They are designed to be subject involve the fundamentals of good business writing such as protocols for business letters, memorandum, emails, good and bad message, formal reports and proposals.
Proficiency English 2 is the second level of proficiency paper. This curriculum is designed to raise the standard of English language usage in classrooms. it focuses on the major aspects of the learning English mainly grammar, speaking, listening, reading and writing in a more advance level. this course/module is to prepare them for the next level of the curriculum. the classroom activities are conducted in a manner that enables the incorporation of all skills and focuses high emphasis on effective writing.
This course is an introductory level to introduce students to the principles of science with the application in sports.

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