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Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Apply basic mathematics skill as required to all applications
CO2 Apply business mathematics formula to find the solution for business computing problems
CO3 Compute the payroll and personal taxation problems
CO4 Demonstrate knowledge and solve different financial management situations
THIS COURSE IS AT INTRODUCTORY LEVEL WHERE STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF LAW INVOLVED IN BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS RELATED TO CONTRACT, AGENCY, SALE OF GOODS AND HIRE PURCHASE.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1 Work in team to practice the process of forming a private company. (C3, A3, P2, PLO1, PLO5, PLO6, PLO8).

CO2 Prepare the accounting records for issuance of shares, bonds and debentures. (C3, A4, PLO1, PLO6).

CO3 Prepare financial statements which include statement of comprehensive income, statement of cash flow and notes to the account. (C3, A4, PLO2, PLO3, PLO4, PLO5, PLO6, PLO7).
THIS MODULE IS AN INTRODUCTORY LEVEL WHERE STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE RELEVANT RULES AND PRINCIPLES INVOLVED IN PARTNERSHIP AND REGISTERED COMPANIES.
This course discusses intermediate topics related to cost and management accounting. The students will able to prepare process costing report and calculation of net operating income and be exposed to contemporary costing system in activity-based-costing.
THIS COURSE REQUIRES STUDENTS TO WORK IN THE RELATED INDUSTRY FOR A PERIOD OF 16 WEEKS UNDER AN INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISOR SUPERVISION. IT PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ACQUIRED IN THEIR STUDIES.
THIS COURSE REQUIRES STUDENTS TO WORK IN THE RELATED INDUSTRY FOR A PERIOD OF 16 WEEKS UNDER AN INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISOR SUPERVISION. IT PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ACQUIRED IN THEIR STUDIES.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Describe the basic concept of cost accounting and its classifications in manufacturing companies. (C2)

CO2 Apply costing techniques, methods and formats to determine total cost. (C3)

CO3 Work in team to prepare and present product cost by applying the cost concepts. (C3)
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Work in team to practice the process of forming a private company. (C3, A3, P2, PLO1, PLO5, PLO6, PLO8).

CO2 Prepare the accounting records for issuance of shares, bonds and debentures. (C3, A4, PLO1, PLO6).

CO3 Prepare financial statements which include statement of comprehensive income, statement of cash flow and notes to the account. (C3, A4, PLO2, PLO3, PLO4, PLO5, PLO6, PLO7).
THIS COURSE IS AN INTRODUCTORY LEVEL WHERE STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EMPLOYMENT LAW INVOLVED IN MANAGEMENT AREA RELATED TO CONTRACT OF SERVICE, PRINCIPLE OF NATURAL JUSTICE, PAYMENT OF WAGES, INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE AND INDUSTRIAL COURT.
THIS COURSE IS INTRODUCTORY LEVEL WHERE STUDENTS WILL LEARN 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.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Describe the understanding of basic concepts in auditing including audit profession, legal aspects and ethical guidelines (C1)

CO2 Explain fundamental knowledge in auditing including risks, materiality, fraud, evidence, documentation, planning, procedures and report C2)

CO3 Describe the importance of internal controls and the impact of information technology in auditing (C1)

CO4 Apply social skills such as effective communication, managerial and ethical and professional values (C3)

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