Diploma Programmes

Diploma in Business Studies (Business Administration)

This programme is designed for students to acquire the basic understanding of business administration and to develop the requisite administrative skills required in the job market. It provides opportunities to school leavers who wish to obtain a business administration qualification to embark on a business-related career. It also enables them to proceed to higher level of studies.

Diploma in Business Studies (Business Administration)

Career Prospects:
Graduates of Diploma in Business Studies (Business Administration) can seek employment at the sub-professional level in a wide variety of management and administrative positions both in the private and public sectors in the areas of business administration, business operation, human resource management, sales & marketing, business consultancy as well as self employment.

Introduction to Accounting 
Quantitative Studies 
Introduction to Organisation & Management 
Fundamentals of Accounting 
IT Fundamentals and Applications
Fundamentals of Marketing 
Organisational Behaviour
Basic Management Principles
Introduction to Human Resource

Business Finance 
Commercial Law of Malaysia
Business Economics 
Company Law
Business Accounting 
Organisation Management and Strategy 
Fundamentals of Corporate Administration
Managing Information Systems
Ethics for Business

Elective I
Elective II

Compulsory Courses:
English Language, Pengajian Malaysia 2, English for Communication, English for IELTS, Civic Consciousness and Volunteerism, Public speaking/ Drama/ Social and Work Etiquette, Bahasa Kebangsaan A, Co-curricular

Graduates of Diploma in Business Studies (Business Administration) can proceed to Year 2 of the TAR UC Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons.) or Bachelor of Corporate Administration (Hons.) programme on credit transfer.

Graduates of this programme can also apply for admission into relevant bachelor degree programmes at TAR UC or other universities on credit transfer.

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