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SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS MANAGEMENT

WITH HONOURS [BIAM (HONS)]


INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
The School of International Studies (SoIS) was established on 1 st
July 2011 with the mission of becoming an eminent centre for BIAM has been offered since 1997 and constitutes one of the
international studies program in Malaysia. It is also formed part of undergraduate degree programs currently offered under the
the UUMs vision towards internationalisation and becoming the School of International Studies. The general aim of BIAM
imminent management university by combining two major fields of Program is to produce graduates with knowledge, practical skills
study, namely International Affairs and International Business. and deep understanding of international affairs management in an
ever-changing complex global environment. To achieve this, the
Programs curriculum and structure combine traditional
With over 80 members of local and foreign faculty members, SoIS
coursework, mandatory internship and a mini thesis that would
offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Under the
auspice of SoIS, the Department of International Affairs (INTAFF) equip and nurture students not only with practical, problem-
is responsible for managing Bachelor of International Affairs solving and analytical skills, but also theory and knowledge in the
Management With Honours [BIAM(Hons)] program while the field of international affairs. This will enable them to tackle a wide-
Department of International Business is responsible for Bachelor range of political and security issues, as well as respond to the
of International Business Management With Honours international political economy agenda in the 21st century global
[BIBM(Hons)]. environment. The degree structure and curriculum are designed
to ensure the (re)creation of specialists and expert that will further
VISION the boundaries of existing knowledge in the context of current
To be a renowned centre of excellence in the fields of global trend in politics, environment, security and socio-
international affairs and international business in Asia economics.

MISSION PROGRAM AIMS


to disseminate holistic knowledge based on truth in the fields of
The aims of BIAM program are as followed:
international affairs and business;

to produce graduates who will contribute meaningfully and i) To produce skilled, dynamic and progressive graduates in
progressively towards the wellbeing of the national and global the management of international affairs;
ii) To produce a new generation of leaders who are
DEAN professional and accountable;
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Bashawir Haji Abdul Ghani iii) To increase the prospect of student employment in line
BBA(Finance)(Univ. of Kansas), MBA(Hull)
with the market demand from private and public sectors.
Ph.D(Murdoch Univ.)
email: bashawir@uum.edu.my
CAREER PROSPECTS
DEPUTY DEAN
Carrer prospects for BIAM [Hons} graduate span various field in
Dr. Mohammad Zaki Ahmad
BA(Memphis), MA(Wollongong), Ph.D(Wollongong) both the public and private sectors. Among the job prospects
email: mohdzaki@uum.edu.my available, include appointments as diplomatic and administrative
offices, academicians, officers and administrators in international
SENIOR ASSISTANT REGISTRAR organizations, NGOs and multinational companies. BIAM [Hons]
Abdul Razak Abdul Wahab graduates also have the opportunity to work in research
BEc (Hons)(UUM), MPM(UUM) institutions as foreign affairs researcher, and socio-economy,
email: razakwahab@uum.edu.my
trade and security analyst.
HEAD DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Bec (Hons)(Malaya), MA (East Anglia)
emel: abd182@uum.edu.my
Dr. Bakri Mat
B.Sh.(Hons) (Malaya), M.Strategic & Defence Studies (Malaya), Dr. Mohd. Azizuddin Mohd Sani
Ph.D (UKM) BA (Hons)(UKM), MA(UKM), Ph.D(Keele)
email: bakri@uum.edu.my email: azizuddin@uum.edu.my

COORDINATOR, UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME OF Dr. Muhammad Fuad Othman


INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS B. IRKH (Hons)(UIAM), MA (Lancaster), Ph.D(Hull)
email: mfuad@uum.edu.my
Dr. Ummu Atiyah Ahmad Zakuan
BHsc.(Hons)(UIAM), LLM(Hull), PhD(UIAM) Dr. Nadaraja A/L Kannan (Kontrak)
email: atiyah@uum.edu.my BA (Hons)(USM), MEd.(UKM), Ph.D(USM)
email: nadaraja@uum.edu.my
COORDINATOR, POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME OF
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Dr. Oemar Hamdan Hj. Mohd Djuhri (Kontrak)
BA(Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (UNLAMBJM)), MM(Institut
Dr. Nazariah Osman Pengembangan Wiraswasta Indonesia (IPWI)), Ph.D(UUM)
BA(UIAM), MA(Leicester), PhD(Keele) email: oemar@uum.edu.my
email: nazariah@uum.edu.my
Dr. Muhammad Muda (Kontrak)
BA (Hons) (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ), MA (Salford
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS MANAGEMENT LECTURER University, UK), PhD (London University).
email: mmuda@uum.edu.my
PROFESSOR

Dato Seri Dr. Mohamed Mustafa Ishak VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR


SmSa(Hons)(UKM), MA(York), Ph.D(Leeds)
email: vc01@uum.edu.my Dr. M. Shafii Anwar
B. Law (Univ. of Indonesia), MA. Pol. Sci. (Univ. of Indonesia),
Dr. Mohd Kamarulnizam Abdullah Ph.D (Melbourne)
BA (Utah), MA (Australian Nat. Univ.), Ph.D(Lancaster) email: shafii@uum.edu.my
email: kamarulnizam@uum.edu.my
SENIOR LECTURER

PROFESSOR EMERITUS Dr. R. Sivaperegasam P. Rajanthiran


Dip.Ed (MPPP), B.A (Hons)(USM), M.A (UKM), Ph.D(UKM)
Dr. Ranjit Singh A/L Darshan Singh email: sivaperegasam@uum.edu.my
BA(Hons)(Malaya), MA(Malaya), Ph.D(Malaya)
email: ranjit@uum.edu.my Mas Juliana Mukhtaruddin
B.HSc (Hons)(UIAM), MA (Manchester)
email: mas@uum.edu.my
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Dr. Mohamad Ainuddin Iskandar Lee Abdullah
Dr. Ahmad Bashawir Haji Abdul Ghani BA (Hons) (UKM), MA (UKM), Ph.D (UUM)
BBA(Finance)(Univ. of Kansas), MBA(Hull) email: ainuddin@uum.edu.my
Ph.D(Murdoch Univ.)
email: bashawir@uum.edu.my Dr. Mohammad Zaki Ahmad
BA(Memphis), MA(Wollongong), Ph.D(Wollongong)
Abdul Rahim Anuar email: mohdzaki@uum.edu.my
Mohamad Faisol Keling*
Dr. Rusdi Omar BA (Hons)( Malaya), MA(UKM)
BEc(Hons)(Malaya), MLaw(Hitotsubashi, Japan), Ph.D(Adelaide) email: m.faisol@uum.edu.my
email: rusdiomar@uum.edu.my
LECTURER
Dr. Aminurraasyid Yatiban
BA(Hons) Al-Azhar Univ. M.Litt(Aberdeen), Ph.D (Aberdeen) Dr. Laila Suriya Ahmad Apandi
email: aminurraasyid@uum.edu.my BA(Denver), MA(SOAS, London), PhD (Leeds)
email: laila@uum.edu.my
Dr. Ratnaria Wahid
LLB(Hons)(UIAM), MA(Aust. Nat. Univ.), Ph.D(East Anglia) Asrar Omar
email: ratnaria@uum.edu.my B.HSc(Hons)(UIAM), MA(Warwick)
email: asrar@uum.edu.my
Dr. Norafidah Ismail
BA(UIAM), MSc(Leeds), PhD(Exeter) Muhammad Afifi Abdul Razak
email: norafidah@uum.edu.my BA (Hons)(UIAM), MA(UKM)
email: afifi@uum.edu.my
Dr. Nazariah Osman
BA(UIAM), MA(Leicester), PhD(Keele) Nik Nor Suhaida Ali
email: nazariah@uum.edu.my BIAM (Hons)(UUM), MSc.(Nanyang Tech. Univ)(Singapore)
email: niksuhaida@uum.edu.my
Dr. Ummu Atiyah Ahmad Zakuan
BHsc.(Hons)(UIAM), LLM(Hull), PhD(UIAM) Nor Azura A. Rahman*
email: atiyah@uum.edu.my BIAM(Hons)(UUM), MA(Flinders Univ.)
email: nrazura@uum.edu.my
Dr. Sheila Catherine Murugasu
BA (Brock) MA Southeast Asian Studies (NUS), PhD (Monash) Rusnawati Ismail*
email: sheila@uum.edu.my BA (Hons)(UKM), MA(UKM)
email: rusnawati@uum.edu.my
Dr. Che Mohd Aziz bin Yaacob
B. Soc. Sc (Hons) (USM), MA (USM), Ph.D (USM) Rodziah Md Zain*
email: cmaziz@uum.edu.my BIAM(Hons)(UUM), MSoc. Sc (Strategic & Security
Analysis)(UKM)
Dr. Kamarul Zaman B. Haji Yusoff email: rodzyah@uum.edu.my
DPA (UITM), BA (Hons) (Indiana), MA (Malaya), Ph.D (Malaya)
email: kzaman@uum.edu.my Misrinah Misban
BA (Hons) International Relations (UMS), M.A Strategy Studies
Dr. Bakri Mat (UKM)
B.Sh.(Hons) (Malaya), M.Strategic & Defence Studies (Malaya), email: misrinah@uum.edu.my
Ph.D (UKM)
email: bakri@uum.edu.my Kamarul Azman Bin Khamis
BBA (Hons) UNITAR, MHRM (UUM)
Dr. Mohd Dino Khairri Shariffuddin email: kazman@uum.edu.my
BIAM(Hons)(UUM), MSc(Universitas Gadjah Mada), PhD (Leeds)
email: dino@uum.edu.my VISITING SENIOR LECTURER

Md. Shukri Shuib* Dr. Rie Nakamura


BIAM(Hons)(UUM), MA(Adelaide) Bec.Cultural History(Doshisha Univ.), M.
email: md.shukri@uum.edu.my Athropology(Washington), Ph.D(Washington)
email: rie@uum.edu.my
Awang Dzul-Hashriq Dharfizi Bin Awang Salleh *
Dr. Shamsuddin L. Taya B. HSc (Hons) (IIUM), MSDS (UM)
BA(Hons)(UIAM) & (MSU), MA(UIAM), Ph.D(UIAM) email: adhd@uum.edu.my
email: shamsuddin@uum.edu.my
* study leave
Dr. Knocks Tapiwa Zengeni
BSc(Univ. of Zimbabwe), MSc.(Univ. of Zimbabwe), MBA(Nat.
Univ. of Science & Technology Zimbabwe), PhD (UUM) PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR THE BACHELOR OF
email: knocks@uum.edu.my INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS MANAGEMENT WITH HONOURS
DEGREE
Dr. Kazi Fahmida Farzana [BIAM (HONS.)]
B.S.S (Hons)(Univ. of Dhaka), MA(Int. Univ. of Japan),
Ph.D(Nat. Univ. of Singapore) This programme consists of the SIX (6) components
email: fahmida@uum.edu.my
COMPONENTS CREDIT HOURS
Dr. Sherko Kirmanj A. UNIVERSITY CORE 25 HOURS
Bec. Civil Eng.(Univ. of Adelaide), MA. Int. Studies (Univ. South B. PROGRAMME CORE 66 HOURS
Australia), PhD (Univ. South Australia). C. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS 6 HOURS
email: kirmanj@uum.edu.my D. PROGRAMME ELECTIVE 24 HOURS
E. FREE ELECTIVE 3 HOURS
TUTOR
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 124 HOURS
Achmad Dzariean Mohd Nadzri
BIAM (Hons) (UUM), MSc. (Strategy Analysis & Security)(UKM) To be awarded a Bachelor of International Affairs Management
email: achmad@uum.edu.my with Honours degree, a student is required to take and pass a
minimum of 124 credit hours which include courses in the
Siti Darwinda Mohamed Pero programme structure as shown below:
BIAM (Hons) (UUM), MSc (Strategic Studies) (UUM)
email: darwinda@uum.edu.my
A. UNIVERSITY CORE (25 CREDIT HOURS)
Siti Zubaidah Ismail
BIAM (Hons) (UUM), MSoc.Sc. (UKM) CREDIT
email: szubaidah@uum.edu.my CODE COURSES
HOURS
SADN1013 Islamic and Asian 3
Nurulhernida Burhanuddin
Civizilation
BIAM (Hons)(UUM), MSc. (Strategic Studies)(UUM)
SADN1043 Ethnic Relations 3
email: nurulhernida@uum.edu.my
SADN1033 Malaysian Studies 3
Taheera Maarif * SBLE1063 English Proficiency I 3
BIAM (Hons)(UUM), MSc (Edinburgh) SBLE2113 English Proficiency II 3
email: taheera@uum.edu.my SBLE3123 English Proficiency III 3
SADE1013 Basic 3
Sivasegaran a/l Nadarajan* Entrepreneurship
BIAM (Hons)(UUM), MA(UUM) VXXXXXXX Co-Curriculum 4
email: sivasegaran@uum.edu.my Courses

Shazwanis Shukri*
MSocSc.(UKM), MSc.(Strategy Analysis & Security) UKM) Choose ONE (1) extra-curricular activity that is of interest, and
email: shazwanis@uum.edu.my students are subjected to the conditions prescribed under the field
B. PROGRAMME CORE (66 CREDIT HOURS) C. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS (6 CREDIT HOURS)

CREDIT Choose ONE (1) language from the foreign language


CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS components. Students are required to complete level one
GFPA1014 Introduction to 4 None and level two of the components.
Political Science
BPMN1013 Introduction to 3 None Students are NOT ALLOWED to choose their mother
Management tongue language.
SSQL1113 Statistics for 3 None
Social Science Chinese medium school students are NOT ALLOWED to
SSZK2003 Social Science 3 None choose Mandarin.
Research
GFMA2023 International 3 BPMN1013 Religious school students are NOT ALLOWED to choose
Business Introduction to Arabic.
Management
GFPA2013 Structure, 3 None Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore and Southern
Political Thailand students are NOT ALLOWED to choose Malay
Process and the Language.
Administration
of the Malaysian CREDIT
Government CODE COURSES
HOURS
GFPA2023 Political 3 GFPA1014 SBLF1013 Spanish Level I 3
Theories Introduction to
Political Science
SBLF2013 Spanish Level II 3
GFPA2043 Modern World 3 None
History OR
GFPA2233 Malaysian 3 None
Foreign Policy SBLF1023 German Level I 3
GFPP2023 Southeast Asian 3 None SBLF2023 German Level II 3
Politics
GFPP2033 Diplomacy 3 None OR
GFPP2064 International 4 None
Relations SBLF1033 Japanese Level I 3
GFPP2223 Foreign Policy 3 None SBLF2033 Japanese Level II 3
GFPP3133 Malaysian 3 None
Political OR
Economy
GFPP3114 International 4 None SBLF1043 Arabic Level I 3
Political SBLF2043 Arabic Level II 3
Economy
GFLA3124 International 4 None OR
Law
GFPX4908 Practicum 8 Have taken and SBLF1053 Mandarin Level I 3
passed all SBLF2053 Mandarin Level II 3
courses under
the program core OR
GFPZ3996 Dissertation 6 SSZK2003 Social
Science Research
AND have SBLF1063 Thai Level I 3
completed at least SBLF2063 Thai Level II 3
90credit hours
OR and Problems
GFPP3753 Sovereignty and 3 None
SBLF1073 French Level I 3 Globalization
SBLF2073 French Level II 3 GFPS3043 Strategic 3 None
Studies
OR GFPS3083 International 3 None
Conflict
SBLF1083 Korean Level I 3 Resolution and
SBLF2083 Korean Level II 3 Management

D. PROGRAMME ELECTIVE (24 CREDIT HOURS) OR

Students MUST choose ONE (1) of the following focused POLITICAL ECONOMY & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
areas:
Student must choose EIGHT (8) courses from the list
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND DIPLOMACY below.

Student must choose EIGHT (8) courses from the list CREDIT
below. CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS
GFPP2133 International 3 None
CREDIT Economic
CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS Organizations
GFLA3143 International 3 None and the
Human Rights Developing World
GFLA3133 International 3 None GFPP3033 Politics and 3 None
Environmental Business
Law GFPP3123 Politics of 3 None
GFPP3533 Seminar on 3 None International
Diplomacy and Trade
International GFPP3143 Regional Political 3 None
Relations Issues Economy
GFPP2333 East Asian 3 None GFPP3463 Politics of 3 None
Politics International
GFPP2403 Organizational 3 None Financial
Leadership Institutions and
GFPP2623 Nationalism & 3 None International
Ethnic Conflicts Financial Markets
in the GFMA3063 Cross Culture 3 GFMA2023
International Management International
Systems Business
GFPP3243 United States 3 None GFML3023 Sea 3 GFMA2023
Transportation International
Politics and Business
Foreign Policy GFML3043 Cargo Insurance 3 GFMA2023
GFPP3713 Politics and 3 GFPP2063 International
International International Business
Law Relations GFML3073 Export 3 GFMA2023
GFPP3733 International 3 None Management International
Maritime Politics Business
GFPP3413 Political and 3 GFPA1014
Economic Risks Introduction to BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS MANAGEMENT
Analysis Political Science WITH HONOURS [BIAM (Hons)]
GFMA3103 International 3 GFMA2023 Proposed Course Structure According To Semester
Business Policy International
Business
GFMA3033 International 3 GFMA2023 CREDIT CREDIT
Management International CODE SEMESTER 1 CODE SEMESTER 2
Business
HOURS HOURS
GFMA3113 International 3 GFMA2023 Islamic and
SADN SADN
Mergers and International Asian 3 Ethnic Relations 3
1013 1043
Acquisitions Business Civilization
SADN Malaysian SBLE English
3 3
1033 Studies 1063 Proficiency I
E. FREE ELECTIVE (3 CREDIT HOURS) GFPA Introduction to GFPP International
4 4
1014 Political Science 2064 Relations
Students can choose any courses offered by another Structure,
programme at the same School or courses offered by Political Process
other Schools taking into account the following criteria: GFPA and the SSQL Statistics for
3 3
2013 Administration of 1113 Social Science
the Malaysian
i. Must fullfil the prerequisite of the courses if such Government
courses require prerequisites.
GFPA Modern World GFPP
ii. Equivalent courses will not be considered as free 3 Foreign Policy 3
2043 History 2223
elective courses. BPMN Introduction to SADE Basic 3
3
1013 Management 1013 Entrepreneurship
iii. Students are allowed to choose ONE (1) foreign VXXXX VXXXX
language courses as their free elective. Co-Curriculum Co-Curriculum 1
XXX 1 XXX
TOTAL 20 TOTAL 20
CREDIT CREDIT
CODE SEMESTER 3 CODE SEMESTER 4
HOURS HOURS
SBLE English SSZK Social Science
3 3
2113 Proficiency II 2003 Research
GFPA Malaysian GFPP
3 Diplomacy 3
2233 Foreign Policy 2033
GFLA International GFPP Social Science
4 3
3124 Law 2023 Research
GFPA Political SBLE English
3 3
2023 Theories 3123 Proficiency III
International
GFMA International GFPP
3 Political 4
2023 Business 3114
Economy
Foreign Foreign
3 3
Language I Language II
VXXX VXXXX
Co-Curriculum 1 Co-Curriculum 1
XXXX XXX
TOTAL 20 TOTAL 20
CREDIT CREDIT
CODE SEMESTER 5 CODE SEMESTER 6
HOURS HOURS
GFPP Malaysian
3 Free Elective 3
3133 Political
Economy
Programme GFPZ
3 Dissertation 6
Elective 1 3996
Programme Programme
3 3
Elective 2 Elective 6
Programme Programme
3 3
Elective 3 Elective 7
Programme Programme
3 3
Elective 4 Elective 8
Programme
3
Elective 5
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 18
CREDIT
CODE SEMESTER 7
HOURS
GFPX
Practicum 8
4908
TOTAL 8
BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT UNDERGRADUATE COORDINATOR (INTERNATIONAL
WITH HONOURS [BIBM (HONS)] BUSINESS)
Dr. Fakhrorazi bin Ahmad
INTRODUCTION BIBM (Hons) (UUM), MSc Mgmt (UUM), Ph.D (Univ. Sains
The Bachelor of International Business Management (BIBM) [Hons] Malaysia)
programme was established from the root of business and email: fakhrorazi@uum.edu.my
management disciplines. From the foundation of business and
management, BIBM expanded their disciplines to more PROFESSOR
comprehensive business skills and exposures that go beyond local Dr. Mohamad Hanapi Mohamad
managerial perspectives. The programme prepares graduates with DPA (UiTM), BBA (Idaho State), MBA (Stirling Univ), Ph.D (Univ. of
a sound knowledge in international business to enable them to Wales)
secure managerial positions in private and public organizations email: mhm177@uum.edu.my
particularly the multinational corporations, non-governmental
organizations (NGOs), small-and medium enterprises (SMEs) and ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
other business entities and business service providers. Dr. Asmat Nizam Abdul Talib
BA (Concordia Univ.),MBA (Univ.of Wales Cardiff), Ph.D (Aston
PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES Univ.)
Students are expected to understand the contributions of email: asmat@uum.edu.my
international business on organizations strategies, structure and
functions, in relation to international business and trade plus logistic Dr. Mohammad Basir Saud
environments. BSc. (SIU-Carbondale), MBA (Texas A&M Int. Univ., USA), Ph.D
(Univ. of Birmingham)
CAREER PROSPECTS email: basir372@uum.edu.my
Graduates of this programme would be equipped with multiple
business management and other soft skills. They can be employed Dr Nik Ab Halim Nik Abdullah
as managers, decision makers or operational executives in any BBA(Hons)(UUM), MSc(Univ. of Warwick); Ph.D (Univ. Of
organization (s) that deals with ranging of business and Southern Queensland)
management tasks in local context and also be able to assimilate in email: abhalim@uum.edu.my
any environments at international levels. Not only in the field of
business and management but also in logistic operation firms. Dr. Norhayati Zakaria
BBA (HONS) (UUM), MSc Mgmt (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
NY, USA), MPhil (Syracuse Univ., NY, USA), Ph.D (Syracuse
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Univ., NY, USA)
Dr. Mohd Haniff Jedin email: yati@uum.edu.my
DIB (UiTM), BBA (Hons) (UiTM), MBA (UiTM), Ph.D (Univ. of
Manchester) Dr. Mohd Sobri Bin Don @ A. Wahab
email: mdhaniff@uum.edu.my BBA (Univ. of Miami), MIB (Florida International Univ), DBA (Univ.
Sains Malaysia)
POSTGRADUATE COORDINATOR (INTERNATIONAL email: bri1182@uum.edu.my
BUSINESS)
Prof. Madya Dr Nik Ab Halim Nik Abdullah SENIOR LECTURER
BBA (Hons) (UUM), MSc (Univ. of Warwick); Ph.D (Univ. Of
Southern Queensland) Dr. Abd Rahim Jaguli
email: abhalim@uum.edu.my DIB (UiTM),BBA (UiTM),MBA (UPM), Ph.D (Loughborough)
email: abdrahim@uum.edu.my

Dr. Fakhrorazi bin Ahmad


BIBM (Hons) (UUM), MSc Mgmt (UUM), Ph.D (Univ. Sains
Malaysia)
email: fakhrorazi@uum.edu.my
Dr. Marlin Marissa Malek Abdul Malek BIBM (Hons) (UUM), MBA (UUM)
DBS (UiTM), BBA (UiTM), MBA (UPM), Ph.D (Aston University) email: h.hartini@uum.edu.my
email: marissa@uum.edu.my
Mohd Safiai Saad (Contract)
Dr. Mohd Azwardi Md Isa Bsc. (Louisiana State University), Msc. (University of Tennessee),
BBA (Hons) (UiTM), MSc (Univ. of Exeter), PhD (Monash Univ.) MBA (Hartford University), LLB. (HONS) (UiTM)
email: azwardi@uum.edu.my email: safiai@uum.edu.my

Dr. Mohd Haniff Jedin TUTOR


DIB (UiTM), BBA (Hons)(UiTM), MBA (UiTM), Ph.D (Univ. of
Manchester) Afifah Alwani Ramlee
email: mdhaniff@uum.edu.my BIBM(Hons) (UUM), MSc IB (UUM)
email: alwani@uum.edu.my
Dr. Mohd Najib Mansor
BEc. (Hons) (UIAM), MBA (Leeds), DBA (Univ. Sains Malaysia) Alisha Ismail
email: matnajib@uum.edu.my BIBM(Hons) (UUM), MSc IB (UUM)
email: alisha@uum.edu.my
Dr. Norsafinas Md Saad
DPA (ITM), BBA (HONS) (Univ. of Miami), MIB (SLU, Missouri), Aniz Binti Ismail*
Ph.D (KCL, Univ. of London) BBA finance (Hons.)(UiTM), Msc. Finance (UUM)
email: safinas@uum.edu.my email: aniz@uum.edu.my

Dr. Nurhaizal Azam Arif Mughaneswari D/O Sahadevan *


BBA (Toyama Univ.), MBA (Toyama University), Ph.D (Hiroshima B.B (HONS) (UMS), MSc IB (UUM)
City Univ.) email: mughaneswari@uum.edu.my
email: azam_arif@uum.edu.my
Nor Azimah Kamaruddin
Dr. Sabariah Yaakub BIBM (HONS) (UUM)
BBA (Hons)(UUM), MSc (Univ. of Warwick), Ph.D (Univ. of email: norazimah198@yahoo.com
Warwick)
email: y.sabariah@uum.edu.my Noor Afzainiza binti Afendi*
DCS (UiTM), BBA (Hons) UiTM, MSc IB (UUM)
email: afzainizaafendi@yahoo.com
VISITING SENIOR LECTURER
Noor Azura binti Azman
Dr. Muhammad Subhan BBA(Hons)(UUM), MSc Mgmt(UUM
B.Eng. (USK), M.Sc. (UKM), Ph.D (Univ. Utara Malaysia) email: n.azura@uum.edu.my
email: msubhan@uum.edu.my
Norliza Binti Hamir Basah
Dr. A.S.A Ferdous Alam BIBM (Hons) (UUM), MBA (UUM)
BBA (Hons)(Islamic university, Kushtia), MBA (IIUC), Ph.D(UKM) email: hnorliza@uum.edu.my
Email: ferdous@uum.edu.my
Ooi Shir May*
LECTURER BBA (Univ. Multimedia)

Dr.Salwani Hj. Arbak Dr. Wan Nurisma Ayu Wan Ismail


DBS (UiTM), BBA (UiTM), MBA (UiTM), Ph.D(UUM) BIBM (Hons) (UUM), MBA (UKM), Ph.D( UUM )
email: salwani@uum.edu.my email: nurisma@uum.edu.my

Hartini Husin (Contract) * Study leave


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR THE BACHELOR OF Computer
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WITH HONOUR STID1103 Application in 3 None
DEGREE Management
[BIBM (HONS.)] BKAL1013 Business Accounting 3 None
Introduction to
This programme consists of the SIX (6) components BPMN1013 3 None
Management
Have taken and
COMPONENT CREDIT HOURS Strategic
BPMN3023 3 passed 100
A. UNIVERSITY CORE 25 HOURS Management
credit hours
B. PROGRAMME CORE 62 HOURS SQQS1013
C. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS 9 HOURS Elementary
D. MINOR 18 HOURS BPMN3143 Research Methods 3 Statistics OR
E. PROGRAMME ELECTIVE 15 HOURS minimum 70
F. FREE ELECTIVE 3 HOURS credit hours
Introduction to
BPMM1013 3 None
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 132 HOURS Marketing
BKAF1013
To be awarded a Bachelor of International Business Management Introduction To
with Honours degree, a student is required to take and pass a Financial
Financial
minimum of 132 credit hours which include courses in the BWFF2033 3 Accounting OR
Management
programme structure as shown below: BKAL1013
Business
Accounting
A. UNIVERSITY CORE (25 CREDIT HOURS) GLUL2023 Business law 3 None
BPMN3123 Management Ethics 3 None
CREDIT BPMN1013
CODE COURSES International
HOURS GFMA2023 3 Introduction to
Business
SADN1013 Islamic and Asian Civizilation 3 Management
SADN1043 Ethnic Relations 3 GFMA2023
International
SADN1033 Nationhood Of Malaysia 3 GFML3053 3 International
Logistics
SBLE1063 English Proficiency I 3 Business
SBLE2113 English Proficiency II 3 GFMA2023
Cross-Cultural
SBLE3123 English Proficiency III 3 GFMA3063 3 International
Management
Foundation in Business
SADE1013 3 GFMA2023
Entrepreneurship Multinational
VXXXXXXX Co-Curriculum 4 GFMA3083 3 International
Corporation
Business
Choose ONE (1) extra-curricular activity that is of interest, and GFMA2023
Export
students are subject to the conditions prescribed under the field. GFML3073 3 International
Management
Business
GFMA2023
International
B. PROGRAMME CORE (62 CREDIT HOURS) GFMA3103 3 International
Business Policy
Business
CREDIT GFMA2023
CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE International
HOURS International
Business
Elementary GFMA3093 3 Business AND
SQQS1013 3 None Management
Statistics has taken 90
Seminar
Principles of credit hours
BEEB1013 3 None GFMX4908 Practicum 8 Have taken and
Economy
passed all SBLF1063 Thai Level I 3
courses under SBLF2063 Thai Level II 3
the programme SBLF3063 Thai Level III 3
core OR
SBLF1073 French Level I 3
C. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS (9 CREDIT HOURS) SBLF2073 French Level II 3
SBLF3073 French Level III 3
OR
Choose ONE (1) of the foreign language components.
Students are required to complete phase one and phase SBLF1083 Korean Level I 3
two of the component. SBLF2083 Korean Level II 3
SBLF3083 Korean Level III 3
Students are NOT ALLOWED to choose their mother
tongue language. D. MINOR (18 CREDIT HOURS)

Chinese medium school students are NOT ALLOWED to Student MUST select ONE (1) Minor of FOUR (4) Minor field
choose Mandarin. below:

Religious school students are NOT ALLOWED to choose 1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP offered by SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Arabic. MANAGEMENT (SBM)

Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore and southern Student MUST choose SIX (6) courses from the list below:
Thailand students are NOT ALLOWED to choose Bahasa
Melayu. CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS
CREDIT Entrepreneurial SADE1013
CODE COURSES
HOURS 1. BPME2013 Behaviour and 3 Introduction to
SBLF1013 Spanish Level I 3 Skill Entrepreneurship
SBLF2013 Spanish Level II 3 Creativity and
2. BPME2023 3 None
SBLF3013 Spanish Level III 3 Innovation
OR BWFF2033
SBLF1023 German Level I 3 3. BPME2043 Business Plan 3 Financial
SBLF2023 German Level II 3 Management
SBLF3023 German Level III 3 Entrepreneur SADE1013
OR 4. BPME3063 Networking 3 Introduction to
3 Management Entrepreneurship
SBLF1033 Japanese Level I
3 Marketing
SBLF2033 Japanese Level II 5. BPMM1013 3 None
3 Management
SBLF3033 Japanese Level III
Business SADE1013
OR 6. BPME3013 Growth 3 Introduction to
SBLF1043 Arabic Level I 3 Management Entrepreneurship
SBLF2043 Arabic Level II 3 Business
SBLF3043 Arabic Level III 3 7. BPME3023 Franchise 3 None
Management
OR 8. BPME3033 E-Commerce 3 None
SBLF1053 Mandarin Level I 3 SADE1013
3 Family
SBLF2053 Mandarin Level II 9. BPME3043 3 Introduction to
3 Business
SBLF3053 Mandarin Level III Entrepreneurship
Sale BPMM1013 Marketing
OR 10. BPMM3023 3 Management
Management
OR OR

2. INNOVATIVE MULTIMEDIA offered by SCHOOL OF 3. RISK MANAGEMENT offered by SCHOOL OF ECONOMY,


MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION FINANCE AND BANKING (SEFB)
(SMMTC)
Student MUST choose SIX (6) courses from the list below:
Student MUST choose SIX (6) courses from the list below:
CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS
CREDIT 1. BWRS2013 Takaful 3 None
NO. CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS BWRR1013 Risk
Fundamental of Employee and Insurance
1. STIV1023 3 None
Multimedia 2. BWRR3043 Benefits 3 AND BWFF2033
Human Management Financial
2. STIV2013 Computer 3 None Management
Interaction Risk and
3. BWRR1013 3 None
Graphic and STIV1023 Insurance
3. STIV2023 Computer 3 Fundamental of BWFF2033
Risk
Animation Multimedia 4. BWRR3033 3 Financial
Management
STIV1023 Management
Digital Audio
4. STIV2043 3 Fundamental of BWFF2043
Technology Financial Risk
Multimedia 5. BWRR3063 3 Advance Financial
Management
Multimedia Management
5. STIV3023 System 3 None BWFF2033
Credit Risk
Networking 6. BWRR3073 3 Financial
Management
STIV2023 Management
Digital Video Graphic and Corporate
6. STIV3043 3 7. BWRR3123 3 None
Technology Computer Governance
Animation BWRR1013 Risk
STIV3023 Risk Analysis and Insurance
Internet
Multimedia 8. BWRR3133 and Decision 3 AND BWFF2043
7. STIV3053 Technology 3
System Making Advance Financial
Services
Networking Management
Multimedia None Property and
8. STIV3073 3 BWRR1013 Risk
Seminar 9. BWRR3143 Liability Risk 3
and Insurance
STIV2013 Management
Human BWRR1013 Risk
Mobile
Computer and Insurance
Multimedia
Interaction OR 10. BWRR3153 Risk Financing 3 AND BWFF2043
9. STIV3063 Technology and 3
STIV3023 Advance Financial
Ubiquitous
Multimedia Management
Computing
System
Networking OR
STIV2013
User Centred Human 4. LOGISTIC AND TRANSPORTATION offered by SCHOOL OF
10. STIV3103 3
Design Computer TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND LOGISTIC (STML)
Interaction
Student MUST choose SIX (6) courses from the list below:
CREDIT Business
NO. CODE COURSES PREREQUISITE
HOURS GFMA2023
Transport Theory GFML3023 Sea Transportation 3 International
1. BPMG2013 3 None
and Practice Business
BPMG2013 International GFMA2023
Transport
Transport GFMA3113 Mergers and 3 International
2. BPMG3013 Planning and 3
Theory and Acquisitions Business
Policy
Practice GFMA2023
International
BPMG2013 GFMA3033 3 International
Logistics and Management
Transport Business
3. BPMG3113 Transport 3
Theory and Human Resource BPMN1013 Principles
Management BSMH2013 3
Practice Management Of Management
BPMG2013 BSMH2013 Human
Warehouse Transport BSMH 3023 Staffing 3 Resource
4. BPMG3133 3
Management Theory and Management
Practice BSMH2013 Human
Training and
BPMG2013 BSMH 3033 3 Resource
Transport Development
Transport Management
5. BPMG3043 Information 3
Theory and BSMH2013 Human
System Performance
Practice BSMH 3053 3 Resource
Appraisal
BPMG2013 Management
Road Transport BSMH2013 Human
6. BPMG3053 3
Transportation Theory and BSMH 3073 Negotiation 3 Resource
Practice Management
BPMG2013 International BSMH2013 Human
Railway Transport BSMH 3113 Human Resource 3 Resource
7. BPMG3063 3
Transportation Theory and Management Management
Practice Marketing BPMM1013 Principles
BPMG2013 BPMM2023 3
Maritime Management Of Marketing
Transport International BPMM1013 Principles
8. BPMG3083 Transport 3 BPMM3053 3
Theory and Marketing Of Marketing
Management
Practice Supply Chain BPMM1013 Principles
BPMG2013 BPMM3263 3
Management Of Marketing
Air Transport Transport BPMM1013 Principles
9. BPMG3093 3 BPMM3083 Service Marketing 3
Management Theory and Of Marketing
Practice BPMM3113 Brand Marketing 3 None
BPMG2013 Advance Financial BWFF2033 Financial
Airport Planning Transport BWFF 2043 3
10. BPMG3103 3 Management Management
and Management Theory and BWFF2043 Advance
Practice BWFF 3013 Corporate Finance 3 Financial
Management
Financial Market BWFF2033 Financial
E. PROGRAMME ELECTIVE (15 CREDIT HOURS) BWFF 3033 3
and Institutions Management
BWFF2043 Advance
Student MUST choose FIVE (5) courses from the list below: Financial Risk
BWRR3063 3 Financial
Management
Management
CODE COURSES CREDIT PREREQUISITE
HOURS
GFMA2023
GFML3043 Cargo Insurance 3
International
F. FREE ELECTIVE (3 CREDIT HOURS) BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
WITH HONOURS [BIBM(HONS.)]
Students can choose any courses offered by another Proposed Course Structure According to Semester
programme at the same School or courses offered by other
Schools taking into account the following: Code Semester 1 Credits Code Semester 2 Credits
i. Must meet the prerequisite of the courses if BPMN
Introduction 3
BPMM
Introduction to 3
such courses require prerequisites. to Marketing
1013 1013
ii. Equivalent courses will not be considered as Management
free elective courses BKAL Business 3 SQQS Elementary 3
1013 Accounting 1013 Statistics
Foundation of 3 Computer 3
SADE STID1
Entrepreneur Application in
1013 103
ship Management
Islamic & 3 Principles of 3
SADN BEEB
Asian economics
1013 1013
Civilization
SADN Nationhood of 3 GFMA International 3
1033 Malaysia 2023 Business
SBLE English 3 SBLE English 3
1063 Proficiency I 2113 Proficiency II
VXXXX Co-curriculum 1 VXXX Co-curriculum 1
XXX XXXX
TOTAL 19 TOTAL 19
Code Semester 3 Credits Code Semester 4 Credits
GFML Export 3 SADN Ethnic Relations 3
3073 Management 1043
GFML International 3 GLUL Business Law 3
3053 logistics 2023
BPMN Management 3 GFMA Multinational 3
3123 Ethics 3083 corporation
Foreign 3 GFMA Cross-cultural 3
Language I 3063 management
Programme 3 Foreign 3
Elective 1 Language 2
VXXXX Co-curriculum 1 Programme 3
XXX Elective 2
VXXX Co-curriculum 1
XXXX
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 19
Code Semester 5 Credits Code Semester 6 Credits
BWFF Financial 3 BPMN Research 3
2033 Management 3143 methods
Foreign 3 GFMA International 3
Language 3 3103 business policy
Programme 3 Minor 3 3
Elective 3
Programme 3 Minor 4 3
Elective 4
Minor I 3 Minor 5 3
Minor 2 3 SBLE English 3
3123 Proficiency III
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 18
Code Semester 7 Credits Code Semester 8 Credits
GFMA International 3 GFMX Practicum 8
3093 Business 4908
Management
Seminar
BPMN Strategic 3
3023 Management
Programme 3
Elective 5
Minor 6 3
Free Elective 3
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 8