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AMERICAN DEGREE

TRANSFER PROGRAM

2010
AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM

Of the 1.4 million With more than 4,100 colleges and universities, the United States has one
of the finest systems of higher education in the world, with outstanding
students pursuing programs in virtually all fields. Excellent programs exist in traditional
disciplines as well as in professional fields. Students often have the
post-secondary opportunity to work directly with some of the finest minds in the world.
education outside Not only will students receive a top-notch education in the United States,
they will also enhance their future job prospects with their newfound
their home countries, confidence and cross-cultural skills. The experience gained will truly last a
more than one-third lifetime!

choose to study in the The Unique Way to an American Education is through the holistic approach.
Apart from gaining knowledge through the learning process, students are
United States. What exposed to a flexible and adaptable credit transfer system, industry and
attracts them to the community experiences, interactive and creative learning, academic forums,
leadership development, sports and extracurricular activities.
United States?
With a holistic perspective, students are provided privileges to study
and perform in an exclusive environment made to nurture and build
intellectual minds. The university campus offers a friendly yet encouraging
environment where students are taught and equipped with the necessary
skills to prepare them to enter the exciting working world. Students have
the chance to accumulate knowledge to be future all-rounded leaders.
Students are given opportunities to gain:
- Exposure through internship programs to different and large American
corporations before graduation.
- International networking and exchange of culture, knowledge and
experience - engage in group studies and discussions with course
mates from around the world.
- Friendly environment – where lecturers, professors, counsellors, student
councils, clubs and societies are readily available to provide assistance
and support on academic and extra co-curriculum matters.
- Students have the opportunities to choose academic paths that will
lead them closer to their dream careers.
- Venture away from their host country or university through
study-abroad programs in search of knowledge and for personal
development. These programs allow students to accumulate credit
hours that will contribute to final grades / CGPA for graduation.
ADTP @ Sunway University College
At Sunway University College, we offer a ADTP Twilight
‘True-Credit Transfer Program’ to Western Carnival

Michigan University as well as transfers


to other U.S., Canadian and Australian
universities based on credits earned. This
program provides the opportunity for
students to choose the combination that
best suits their needs.
Using almost the exact syllabi and course curricula of our collaborator Student
partner, Western Michigan University (WMU), our students are guaranteed activities –
acceptance into this prestigious institution through a true-credit transfer games/sports
arrangement. The quality of our ADTP is assured as we adhere to the WMU
syllabi and our examination papers are moderated by WMU. Credit transfers
will thus be benchmarked against quality.

As WMU is widely recognized in the United States, our students will also
have the flexibility to transfer their credit hours to other top U.S. and
Canadian universities, should they decide not to have the benefits of
twinning with WMU. Moreover, our program is fully accredited by the Field Trip for
Ministry of Education (MOE), Malaysia. ADTP students
ADTP at Sunway University College provides students with exposure to: - Kapar power
• Flexible and adaptable educational system, which includes interactive station
and creative learning through academic forums
• Sports and extracurricular activities, which enable students to gain
industry and community experiences and leadership qualities

By completing part of the degree in Sunway University College, instead


of doing it entirely in U.S., students can usually save 40% of the cost.
Moreover, students can save time by immediately pursuing their degree
upon completion of secondary school, without going through any pre-
university program. Upon completion of the partial studies (at least 1.5 - 2 Pre-departure get-
years) in Sunway University College, students can transfer to WMU or other together for ADTP
universities in the United States and Canada. students

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PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Programs of Study at Sunway University College:
Credit transfer options

Over 140 majors available

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
• Architecture
ADMINISTRATION NATURAL SCIENCE
• Pharmacy
• Accountancy • Biomedical Science
• Nursing
• Administrative Systems • Chemistry
• Actuarial Science
• Advertising & Promotions • Geography
• Forensic Science
• Business Communication • Geology
• Computer Information System (IT) • Physics
• Economics • Psychology BACHELOR OF ARTS IN
• Finance • Mathematics COMMUNICATION
• Food Marketing • Broadcast & Cable Production
• General Business • Interpersonal Communication
• Integrated Supply Matrix BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN • Journalism
Management AVIATION • Media Studies & Communication
• Human Resource Management • Aviation Flight Science Studies
• Marketing • Aviation Maintenance Technology • Organizational Communication
• Management • Aviation Science & Administration • Public Relations
• Sales & Business Marketing • Telecommunications
• Statistics Management

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
COMPUTER SCIENCE BACHELOR OF ARTS IN
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN • Computer Science Theory &
• Tourism and Hospitality
ENGINEERING Analysis
Management
• Aeronautical Engineering • Film Production
• General Computer Science
• Computer Engineering • Photography
• Chemical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Industrial and Entrepreneurial
Engineering Career Prospects
• Mechanical Engineering An American education prepares students for a lifelong career, not just a job.
• Paper Engineering Graduates will learn the skills needed for employment as well as the kind of
• Petroleum/Mining/Geological broad education that will guide them to a lifetime of career opportunities.
Engineering A host of on-campus resources are available to assist students in identifying
• Engineering Management and preparing for a successful career. These services include resume writing,
Technology (EMT) internship arrangement, trainee programs and on-campus recruitment.
• Engineering Graphics and Design Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week on campus; enjoy
Technology (EGDT) internship as part of their curriculum during their undergraduate course; and
be linked up for Optional Practical Training for one year after graduation.

For other majors, the General Education courses and


selected core papers can be completed in Sunway
University College.
Entry Requirements into the ADTP at
Sunway University College
Academic Requirements
Minimum five (5) credits in academic subjects only, including English
Language and Mathematics (for Science/Engineering major students
only), in SPM / GCE O-Level or equivalent (UEC / High school
certificate).

English Requirement upon Transfer to U.S.A.


TOEFL 550 or above (213cbt, 80ibt) or
IELTS 6.5

Students who earn a credit grade in ENGL 1000 at Sunway University


College may substitute this for the TOEFL / IELTS requirement when
they transfer to Western Michigan University.

Advanced Credits
Advanced credits (up to 8 credit hours per subject) will be awarded
for principal passes in STPM or GCE A Level, depending on subjects
and grades earned. However, these exclude subjects such as General
Paper, Home Studies and Religious Studies.

Advanced Credits will also be granted by Western Michigan


University to students who have completed their Canadian
International Matriculation Program (CIMP) depending on the
subjects and grades earned. Any other credit given is at the
discretion of Western Michigan University.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

INTAKES
January (Spring), March (new students only),
June (Summer) and August (Fall)

EXAMINATIONS
In the 15th week for long semester and
8th week for short (June) semester

DURATION
Students will spend approximately 16 – 24
months in Sunway University College and
another 24 – 32 months in the U.S.A., Canada
or Australia.
TRANSFER UNIVERSITIES
Partial list of universities which Sunway University College
students have successfully transferred to:
*ranked by U.S. News.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

1. Oregon 10. Oklahoma 18. Wisconsin


Oregon State University Oklahoma State University University of Wisconsin – Madison
(*National University Third Tier) (*National University No. 109) (*National University No. 38)
Portland State University University of Oklahoma
(*National University Fourth Tier) (*National University No. 108) 19. Michigan
University of Oregon University of Central Oklahoma University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
(*National University No. 112) (*National University Fourth Tier) (*National University No. 25)
Michigan State University (*National
2. California 11. Kansas University No. 71)
University of Southern California University of Kansas Western Michigan University
(*National University No. 27) (*National University No. 85) (*National University Third Tier)
San Jose State University Wichita State University Michigan Technological University
(*U-Masters No. 34). (*National University Fourth Tier) (*National University No. 124)

3. Hawaii 12. Nebraska 20. Indiana


University of Hawaii – Manoa Creighton University (*U-Masters No. 1) Purdue University – West Lafayette
(*National University Third Tier) University of Nebraska – Lincoln (*National University No. 64)
(*National University No. 91) Indiana University – Bloomington
4. Arizona (*National University No. 75)
University of Arizona 13. Minnesota
(*National University No. 96) - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 21. Kentucky
Northern Arizona University (*National University No. 71) University of Kentucky
(*National University Fourth Tier) (*National University No. 122)
14. Iowa
5. Utah Iowa State University 22. Alabama
University of Utah (*National University No. 85) University of South Alabama
(*National University Third Tier) Drake University (*U-Masters No. 4) (*U-Masters No. 53)
University of Iowa (*National University
6. Montana No. 64) 23. Florida
Montana State University Florida Institute of Technology
(*National University Third Tier) 15. Missouri (*National University Third Tier)
University of Missouri – Rolla Embry - Riddle Aeronautical University
7. Colorado (*National University No. 118) (*U-Masters No. 13)
Colorado State University University of Missouri – Kansas City University of Tampa (*U-Masters No. 22)
(*National University No. 124) (*National University Third Tier) University of South Florida (*National
University Third Tier)
8. New Mexico 16. Louisiana University of Central Florida
University of New Mexico Louisiana State University – Baton (*National University Third Tier)
(*National University Third Tier) Rouge (*National University Third Tier)
24. Georgia
9. Texas 17. Illinois Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Texas – Arlington University of Illinois – Urbana – (*National University No. 35)
(*National University Fourth Tier) Champaign (*National University No. 38)
University of North Texas Illinois Institute of Technology – Chicago 25. Ohio
(*National University Fourth Tier) (*National University No. 96) Ohio State University – Columbus
Texas A&M University – College Station Southern Illinois University – Carbondale (*National University No. 57)
(*National University No. 62) (*National University Third Tier)
AK

YT

NT NU
26. New York
Cornell University
(*National University No. 12)
New York University C A N A D A 7
(*National University No. 24) 1 2 4
University at Buffalo – SUNY BC 3 NL
AB MB
(*National University No. 118) QC
5
SUNY – Binghamton (*National SK 6
HAWAII WA 8
University No. 82) ON
3 NB
MT
1 OR ND MN
6 ME
27. Pennsylvania ID
WY SD 13 18 26
19
Pennsylvania State University NV MI
NY
WI
2 12 14
(*National University No. 48) 5 NE
IA 17 20 OH 27 PA 31
CA UT CO
Lehigh University 7 11 15 IL IN 25 WV 29
KS
(National University No. 31) 4 MO 21 KY 28 VA
8 10 OK TN 30 NC
AZ
NM AR SC
28. West Virginia MS 22 24
9 TX
West Virginia University LA AL GA
16
(*National University Third Tier) 23
U. S. A. FL
29. Virginia
University of Virginia – Charlottesvile
(*National University No. 23)
4. Manitoba
30. North Carolina University of Manitoba – Winnipeg
North Carolina State University
(*National University No. 85) 5. Ontario
Carleton University
31. New Jersey Trent University
Stevens Institute of Technology – New University of Windsor
Jersey (*National University No. 75) University of Waterloo
York University
Wilfrid Laurier University
CANADA Ryerson University
University of Guelph
1. British Columbia Laurentian University
Simon Fraser University
University of Victoria 6. Quebec
McGill University – Montreal
2. Alberta
University of Alberta 7. Newfoundland
University of Calgary Memorial University of Newfoundland

3. Saskatchewan 8. New Brunswick


University of Saskatchewan University of New Brunswick
Mount Allison University
CREDIT TRANSFER
Credit transfer to universities in United States of America
and Canada*: According to majors
United States of America University of Iowa University of Texas, Austin
Illinois Institute of Technology Lehigh University, Pennsylvania
Actuarial Science University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Florida Institute of Technology
University of Iowa Ohio State University
Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ)
Drake University University of Southern California
University of Missouri- Kansas City
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor Iowa State University
Oregon State University
Purdue University Michigan State University
University of Tampa
University of Nebraska – Lincoln University of Arizona
Western Michigan University
University of Central Oklahoma University of Missouri- Rolla
Wichita State University
Ohio State University Illinois Institute of Technology
University of Oregon
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign University of Iowa
University at Buffalo – SUNY
University of Southern California Michigan Technological University
Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ)
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale
University of Utah
Florida Institute of Technology
Oregon State University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Biochemistry / Biomedical
Western Michigan University
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor Cornell University
University of Texas at Arlington
Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Kentucky
Western Michigan University University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
University at Buffalo - SUNY
Illinois Institute of Technology
Applied Statistics & Applied Mathematics University of Minnesota- Twin Cities Communications
Illinois Institute of Technology University of Wisconsin- Madison University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Pennsylvania State University Lehigh University
Architecture
Ohio State University- Columbus New York University
University of Missouri – Kansas City
Iowa State University Drake University
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
Western Michigan University SUNY - Binghamton
Iowa State University
Illinois Institute of Technology University of Wisconsin- Madison
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale Communications University of Missouri- Kansas City
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor University of Tampa (Florida)
Art & Design Lehigh University Iowa State University
Pennsylvania State University New York University Western Michigan University
Illinois Institute of Technology Drake University University of Baltimore
University of Missouri- Kansas City SUNY - Binghamton University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Northern Arizona University University of Wisconsin- Madison University at Buffalo - SUNY
Western Michigan University University of Missouri- Kansas City Southern Illinois University – Carbondale
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Tampa (Florida)
Iowa State University Computer Science
Aviation Western Michigan University Cornell University
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale University of Baltimore University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Florida Institute of Technology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Illinois Institute of Technology
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University University at Buffalo - SUNY Florida Institute of Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology Southern Illinois University – Carbondale University of Central Oklahoma
Western Michigan University University of Missouri- Kansas City
Wichita State University
Business Computer Science
Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville Cornell University
Western Michigan University
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Illinois Institute of Technology
Colorado State University
New York University Florida Institute of Technology
Iowa State University
SUNY – Binghamton University of Central Oklahoma
Indiana University- Bloomington University of Missouri- Kansas City Film and Media, Design and Technical
Cornell University Wichita State University Production, Directing and Management
University of Carolina, Chapel Hill Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ) Chapman University
Boston College Western Michigan University University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Lehigh University Colorado State University West Virginia University
Ohio State University- Columbus Iowa State University Louisiana State University
University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign
Engineering Fine Arts
University of Wisconsin- Madison
Georgia Institute of Technology Western Michigan University
Pennsylvania State University
University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign University of Nebraska, Lincoln
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Cornell University West Virginia University
Purdue University - West Lafayette
University of Arizona University of Michigan- Ann ArborPurdue Forensic Science
Michigan State University University- West Lafayette University of Central Oklahoma
Georgia Institute of Technology University of Wisconsin- Madison University of Central Florida
United States of America Canada Computer Science
University of New Brunswick
Geosciences Actuarial Science University of Waterloo
(Geology / Mining / Petroleum Engineering) University of Waterloo Memorial University of Newfoundland
Texas A&M University Simon Fraser University
University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign University of Calgary Engineering
University of Kansas University of Alberta
University of Kentucky Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering York University
Colorado School of Mines University of Alberta University of New Brunswick
University of Tulsa Carleton University Carleton University
University of Missouri- Rolla York University Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of Utah University of New Brunswick
Film and Media, Design and Technical
Michigan State University
Production, Directing and Management
DeVry University Architecture
York University
Pennsylvania State University University of Waterloo
Concordia University
University of Southern California University of Windsor
University of Iowa Carleton University Fine Arts
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale York University
Art & Design Concordia University
Liberal Arts York University
Pennsylvania State University Carleton University Forensic Science
University of Central Oklahoma Simon Fraser University
Hiram College (Ohio) Aviation University of Manitoba
Western Michigan University Mount Allison University Trent University

Nursing Geosciences
Business
Northern Arizona University (Mining / Petroleum Engineering)
University of Alberta
University of Alberta
York University
Pharmacy University of New Brunswick
Simon Fraser University
Oregon State University Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of New Brunswick
Purdue University Carleton University Liberal Arts
Wilfrid Laurier University Carleton University
Psychology
University of Windsor Simon Fraser University
University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Memorial University of Newfoundland Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
Trent University University of Windsor
University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign
University of Waterloo York University
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
McGill University
Cornell University
Laurentian University Nursing
University of Wisconsin- Madison
University of British Columbia Trent University
Lehigh University
University of Winnipeg University of New Brunswick
Ohio State University
University of Victoria University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
University of Iowa
University of Alberta
Purdue University
New York University Biochemistry / Biomedical York University
Florida Institute of Technology Trent University
McGill University Pharmacy
Illinois Institute of Technology
University of Alberta University of Alberta
Northern Arizona University
Iowa State University Laurentian University
Memorial University of Newfoundland Psychology
University of Tampa (Florida) York University
Western Michigan University York University
University of New Brunswick
University of Windsor
Tourism & Hospitality Management Communications
Trent University
Iowa State University Carleton University
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale York University Tourism and Hospitality Management
University of Hawaii (Manoa) University of Windsor Ryerson University

* In no particular order
CREDIT TRANSFER
Credit transfer options to universities
in Australia, New Zealand and United
Kingdom (Direct transfer to year 2)
Majors Australia New Zealand United Kingdom
Business - Deakin University - Victoria University - H
 uron University
- Edith Cowen of Wellington London
University - Regent’s College,
- Monash University - Southampton
(Sunway campus) Solent University
- Victoria University
Communication - Charles Sturt - Victoria University None
University of Wellington
- Edith Cowen
University
- Monash University
(Sunway campus)
Engineering - Australian National - Victoria University None
University of Wellington
- Monash University
(Sunway campus)
- University of
Newcastle
Sciences - Monash University - Victoria University None
(Sunway campus) of Wellington

Credit transfer option to


Sunway University College
Major Program
Business • BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance
• BSc (Hons) Business Management
• BSc (Hons) Business Studies

• Bachelor of Business (Victoria University, Australia)


BUSINESS
Accountancy Integrated Supply Matrix Management
Emphasis is on the principles of accounting Examines the integration of business and
to analyze financial information and technological concepts for a successful
prepare financial reports. career in supply management, as well
as preparing for high-tech career in
Administrative Systems manufacturing, total quality management,
Focus is on the management of records purchasing, logistics, and materials
and automation in the office environment. management.

Advertising & Promotions Management


The study of communicating product and Emphasis is on the knowledge and skills to
services through an integrated marketing acquire and organize a variety of human
communications system and marketing and material resources.
campaign is emphasized.
Marketing
Business Communication Emphasis is on strategic marketing,
Emphasis is on effective communications, planning and implementation through
teamwork and understanding of diverse effective marketing communications with
writing perspectives. the understanding of market wants and Credit Transfer Program
needs.
122 credit hours for degree.
Computer Information System (IT)
Design, development, management Sales & Business Marketing 60 - 65 credit hours at Sunway
and use of computer-based information Concentrates on business-to-business University College, while the
systems in business environment. marketing, preparing students for sales and remaining credits are earned
marketing career. in U.S.A.
Economics
Emphasis is on economic research & Statistics
analysis, development and application of The development and application of
theories relating to the scarcity of resources methods to collect, analyze and interpret
and community welfare. data are studied.

Finance
Analysis and evaluation of financial data
are explored to manage business finances Highlights on The WMU Business Program
effectively and efficiently.
The 10th largest producer of undergraduate US Accreditation
business majors in U.S.A. Agency: IAACSB
Food Marketing
(International
Emphasis is on all aspects of food Among the selected 145 business schools
Association to Advance
distribution including marketing and worldwide accredited at both undergraduate
Collegiate Schools of
logistics, together with comprehensive and graduate level.
Business)
business training. The nation’s 1st undergraduate program in
integrated supply management, operated in
General Business conjunction with the College of Engineering
The study of overall business education is and Applied Sciences.
designed to fulfill the necessities for career
in public and private sectors. One of the nation’s oldest and most celebrated
food marketing programs.
Human Resource Management Advertising and promotions program whose
Emphasis is on tested techniques essential students regularly capture awards in national
for a successful career in human resources competitions.
and industrial relations. This includes
human resource planning, managing a
diverse workforce, staffing, compensation,
employee relations, and organizational
development and change. KPT/JPS(KR8463)10/12
KPT/JPS(KR9456)12/13
ENGINEERING
Aeronautical Engineering Electrical Engineering Paper Engineering
Credit Hours 131 (approximate) Credit Hours 130 (approximate) Credit Hours 136 (approximate)
Much of the coursework specializes in Emphasis is on the integrated foundation Focus is on pulp, paper, environmental
the aerospace fields for the planning, of electrical studies in the areas of and allied fields.
designing and testing of aircraft, missiles electronics, power systems, digital and
and space systems. communication systems. Engineering Management Technology
Credit Hours 129 (approximate)
Computer Engineering Industrial and Entrepreneurial This curriculum provides academic
Credit Hours130 (approximate) Engineering background in humanities, social sciences,
Emphasis is on computer hardware design Credit Hours 129 (approximate) communication, and technical subjects
and quality assurance, while offering Emphasis is on designing, installing and relating to manufacturing systems.
secondary emphasis on software issues. improving systems or processes that (Higher level Engineering courses are not
(Also refer to Computer Science) integrate people, materials, equipment required). Human relation skills used in
and energy. industry when dealing with people are
Chemical Engineering developed. Employment opportunities
Credit Hours 136 (approximate) Careers focus on facilities planning may be available in manufacturing and
Emphasis is on the design of chemical and design, plant automation, quality service industries.
processes and the development of assurance and plant safety.
chemical products such as fuel, fertilizer, Engineering Graphics and Design
food, recycled items, purified water or air. Mechanical Engineering Technology
Credit Hours 132 (approximate) Credit Hours 127 (approximate)
This major must be taken with one of the Emphasis is on the conversion of energy, This pathway is related product and
following elective options: inks & imaging, design of machines, control of processes tooling activities of industry including
life sciences, pollution prevention or pulp and the environment. documentation methods, graphic
& paper. science, computer-aided design, industrial
Career opportunities include processes and materials. Employment
Petroleum/Mining/Geological manufacturing machine tool designs, opportunities include taking on leadership
Engineering product development; land, sea, roles, such as product designers,
Credit Hours 136 (approximate) air and space vehicles and systems; documentation and standard supervisors,
This major is about identifying and energy conversion and distribution; technical publication specialists or
extracting underground reservoirs of oil, environmental systems; and construction administrators.
natural gas, steam and hot water. and development.

Civil Engineering Highlights on the WMU Engineering Program


Credit Hours 132 (approximate) The job placement rate for many programs is 100%, with
Students will be provided knowledge salaries for engineering majors among the highest for all
in the areas of structural engineering,
WMU graduates.
construction engineering, geotechnical
engineering, transportation engineering Ranked 19 out of the 50 top undergraduate Engineering
and water resources engineering. Programs in U.S.A. by U.S. News.
WMU is the only place in the world with paper and printing
pilot plants on the same campus, giving students first-hand
experience in pulping, paper-making, printing and recycling.
Specialized engineering centers and laboratories include:
Credit Transfer Program
• A computer-aided engineering center with some of the
129 - 136 credit hours for same design and production software used by the world’s
degree. leading corporations.
55 - 65 credit hours at • A tribology laboratory devoted to the study of friction
Sunway University College, US Accreditation Agency: and wear of seals.
while the remaining Engineering Accreditation • An applied aerodynamics laboratory and advanced
credits are earned in U.S.A. Commission of ABET design wind tunnel.
(Accreditation Board for • Instructional laboratories in digital logic, microcomputers,
Engineering & Technology) circuits, energy conversion and noise and vibration.
and BEM (Board of • An interdisciplinary design studio, with cutting-edge
Engineers Malaysia) software for product design.
NATURAL SCIENCE
Biomedical Sciences Psychology
Explores the human, molecular and Emphasis is on the study of the human
cellular aspects of life sciences, including mind and behavior. This course offers a
biotechnology. Studies focus on cell series of introductory courses in general
biology, genetics, microbiology, molecular psychology, child psychology and
biology and physiology. A minor in abnormal psychology, with added major
Chemistry, including biochemistry is also in statistics, methodology, research and
required. theory. It also combines the academic
base with practical experience in an
Chemistry approved setting.
Covers a broad but thorough grounding
in the elements of chemistry, preparing Mathematics
students for a career in laboratory, Applied Mathematics provides a broad
teaching or graduate work in chemistry, range of computational and analytical
biochemistry, medical or dental related skills, practice in mathematical modeling,
area. and some fundamental knowledge of a
scientific discipline.
The Chemistry curriculum should
be fortified by a minor in Physics, The General Mathematics Option serves
Mathematics or Biological Sciences. as excellent preparation for graduate
study in mathematics. Develop a broad
Geography background in mathematics, an ability
Emphasis is on the characteristics of for communicating mathematics and for
places and the accumulated knowledge rigorous logical thinking.
concerning the inter-relationships of
place, people and environment.
Highlights on the WMU Natural
Geology Science Program
Deals with the study of the structure,
WMU scientists and researchers are
content and history of the earth’s
directing important national research
crust. It includes identifying rocks and
projects in such areas as atomic physics,
minerals, conducting geological surveys,
biomedicine and psychology.
constructing maps, taking measurements
and collecting data. The Geographic Information Systems
Center combines computing technology
Physics with traditional geographic data
Physics is concerned with the and digitized satellite information to
fundamental laws of nature and produce customized information about
therefore provides the foundation for geographic regions. Credit Transfer & Twinning
engineering and most other sciences. An Mathematics education experts are Program
undergraduate degree in physics prepares leading an ambitious program funded 122 credit hours for degree.
students for research and teaching, and by the National Science Foundation
for graduate work in all science and 58 - 60 credit hours at Sunway
to completely revise U.S. high school
engineering fields. University College, while the
mathematics content and teaching
remaining credits are earned
methods.
WMU offers programs in Physics with in U.S.A.
Electrical Engineering, Physics with The Department of Psychology has an
Materials Science and Geophysics. international reputation for its strong
undergraduate program in experimental
and applied behavioral analysis and is
well-known for its excellent preparation
for graduate study. The Department is
home to the international headquarters of
the Association for Behavioral Analysis.
AVIATION
Aviation Flight Science Aviation Maintenance Technology Aviation Science & Administration
Experience on practical, technical and The curriculum provides preparation for The curriculum prepares for a variety of
academic aspects of pilot training. a variety of positions in the demanding positions in operations management or
Preparing students for a professional field of aircraft maintenance. technical support in areas of the aviation
pilot career. Additional cost of industry. It leads to careers in areas such
US$40,000 (apart from the usual tuition It offers career opportunities in as technical sales or service, production
fee) is required for flight training. the field of aircraft maintenance, and general aviation management.
including performance testing, flight Science and Administration graduates
The degree in Aviation Flight Science test engineering, product technical are marketable in probably the
from WMU provides a total flying support and maintenance logistics. greatest number of areas in aviation.
experience of approximately 192 hours. Maintenance Technology graduates For example they could enter into
This does not meet the requirement are well prepared for employment in airline administration, management
of the Department of Civil Aviation in a wide range of aircraft maintenance, and marketing, general aviation
Malaysia (DCA). manufacturing, and aviation support administration and management,
careers. Students typically go out airport management and operations,
The Department of Civil Aviation in and gain employment within technical support within the aviation
Malaysia (DCA) requires a total flying airlines, corporate flight operations, industry and technical sales or
time of not less than 500 hours in civil manufacturers, government agencies, service, aviation insurance, aircraft
registered aeroplanes. As such, students third party maintenance organizations, manufacturing companies in sales,
with an Aviation Flight Science degree and fixed base operators. Air carriers marketing and management. The list is
from WMU have to take an abridged and maintenance organizations pretty much endless - every area of the
course (Duration: 12 months. Estimated routinely recruit our graduates. industry needs managers basically.
cost: RM100,000). The course includes
the following:

1. Ground theory lessons (6


different areas:- CAA 6 papers
on Flight planning, Navigation,
Instruments, Radio aids, Met. US Accreditation Agency:
Theory and Met. Practical; Aviation Flight training organization and flight
Law and Procedures Part I and II; school license accredited by the Civil
Loading; Performance A; Human Aviation Authority (UK), the Joint
Performance and Limitations; Aviation Authority (International),
Aircraft Type Technical). the Federal Aviation Administration
Student must pass these and the Michigan Department
examinations. of Transportation. Aviation Flight
Science program is accredited by the
2. Flying training with a minimum Federal Aviation Administration and
of 200 hours (e.g. multi engine the Council of Aviation Accreditation,
aeroplane flying, cross country Flight Education.
navigation, night flying, etc.).

Upon completion of the abridged


course, the applicant will be
awarded the CPL/IR (Frozen ATPL).
Credit Transfer Program
123 - 128 credit hours for
degree.
Highlights on the WMU Aviation Program Less than 60 credit hours at
Number 2 aviation program in the U.S.A. Sunway University College,
while the remaining credits
Faculty staff are from diverse and experienced backgrounds, who have worked
are earned in the U.S.A.
with organizations such as NASA, the U.S. Air Force, the Air National Guard, Beech
Aircraft, Cessna Aircraft, Learjet Corporation and Parker ABEX, NWL Aerospace.
It owns and operates 60 single and multi-engine aircrafts, from the Cessna
Skyhawk 172R Primary Trainer to the Extra 300L Aerobatic Trainer for pilot training.
COMMUNICATION
Broadcast & Cable Production Highlights on the WMU
Emphasis is on the aspects of production Communication Program
by giving students ample opportunity Excellent production training facilities
to do radio or TV performance, and and professional curricular programs
production work. in radio, television and film, provide
both the academic and practical
Interpersonal Communication knowledge for careers in mass
Emphasis is on one-to-one interaction media production, performance and
with clients and customers, which includes management.
semantics, non-verbal communication,
inter-cultural communication and ethical Outstanding computer facilities, library
communication standards. resources, daily newspaper and radio
station are run entirely by students,
Journalism as well as a comprehensive TV & film
Combines the skill and knowledge of studio and equipment.
English and Communication to prepare Telecommunications Management
students for a career in news writing for major is one of only few such
newspapers and magazines or even visual programs offered by an American
news media. university and teaches students
about the technology and business
Media Studies & Communication strategies needed to succeed in Credit Transfer Program
Studies the evolving world of electronic
122 credit hours for degree.
Provides a broad scope of media communication.
information to academic analysis of Less than 60 credit hours at
communications in society. Sunway University College,
while the remaining credits
Organizational Communication are earned in U.S.A.
Focus is on effective communication
within large organizations, including
government and business groups.

Public Relations
Emphasis is on the communication from
an organization to citizens and institutions
outside the organization. This major
requires cognate study in graphic arts, film
media and journalism.

Telecommunications Management
Deals with the unique issues confronting
broadcast stations and cable network
companies, including sales and licensing,
programming, media analysis and
telecommunications law.
COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science Theory & Analysis
Focus is on the study of digital computers and their uses for effective
processing of information, with additional emphasis on physics, science and
engineering, as well as a minor in mathematics.

General Computer Science Credit Transfer Program


This major is also designed for students who intend to pursue postgraduate 122 credit hours for degree.
studies in computer science, computer engineering or pursuit of high-level 55 - 74 credit hours at
software development computing careers. Sunway University College,
while the remaining credits
Emphasis is on the software aspects both in theory and application, rather are earned in U.S.A.
than hardware aspects, which are the physical construction of the computer.

This major focuses more on applied and programming languages. It does


not require as many subjects outside computer science, but does require a
minor in mathematics.

US Accreditation Agency:
Computing Accreditation
Commission of ABET
Highlights on the WMU Computer Science Program
WMU ranks 8th in the U.S.A. for the use of wireless computing
technology on a university campus according to a 2004 study
conducted by Intel.
C
 omputer Science Theory & Analysis major is externally accredited by
the premier accreditation body, the Computer Sciences Accreditation
Board (CSAB), and is one of the top computer science programs
offered by any American university.
The Department of Computer Science is home to a powerful Beowulf-
style supercomputer, supporting research in high performance
computational science and visualization.
OTHER
Nursing
Nursing courses teach an individual all

SCIENCES
about taking care of ailing humans. No
medical service is complete without
nursing. From the general wards to the
Architecture operation theater, trained nurses are
This major is about learning how to required everywhere. Nursing comprises
design buildings and other structures. several responsibilities, from handling
This is a complex process that involves the bedside cases to specialized
three different elements. Students in this duties like dealing with psychiatric or
program will learn to design things that pediatric patients. Nursing also involves
are structurally sound, create things that other duties like maintaining the
are visually pleasing and design things health records of patients, dispensing
that serve the needs of people who use medication, setting up the equipment
the building or structure. of an operation theater and many other
routine jobs.
Actuarial Science
This major is about using Mathematical
skills to define, analyze and solve business
problems involving the cost of possible
OTHER ARTS
future events. As such, actuaries use
Tourism and Hospitality
business ideas and mathematics tools to
Management
solve problems. The curriculum integrates
Some of the exciting courses
professional studies in Business and
available to students include Meeting
Mathematics.
& Convention Planning, Event
Management, Hotel Operations, Food
Forensic Science
& Beverage Management, Destination
This major involves the application of a
& Resort Marketing and Destination
broad spectrum of sciences to answer
Geography. It is a focus that is studied
questions relating to examination and
by students intending to work in the
comparison of biological evidence, trace
Hospitality Industry, examples of which
evidence, impression evidence, controlled
are Hotels, Resorts, Casinos, Restaurants,
substances and other evidence in criminal
and Events.
investigations.
Film production
Pharmacy
A course in film production
Studying pharmacy courses holds the
aims at developing film-
key to a vast array of career pathways as
makers, who can collaborate
the pharmaceutical expert. It can lead
creatively as they develop a
to a career in the hospital, community
high level of competence in
pharmacy, and the pharmaceutical
specialist areas like writing,
industry, to name a few. To obtain a
producing, cinematography,
degree in Pharmacy, students may have
directing, production design
to complete 5 -6 years of education
editing and sound.
(including 2 years of pre-pharmaceutical
sciences curriculum). Credit transfer
options are available to U.S. universities,
such as Oregon State University, Purdue
University, University of Michigan, and also
Canadian universities, such as University of
Alberta. Since places are limited, it is rather
difficult to get into these top universities.
Preference is given to in-state students.
STUDY GUIDE
Studies to be completed at Sunway University College include the basic required
courses for the related degrees, the proficiencies and general education courses. This
is the key feature of the U.S. undergraduate program which is designed to stimulate
self-reliant learning, critical thinking and adaptability to change. General education
and proficiency courses total a minimum of 37 hours. The curricula highlighted in the
subsequent pages are prepared as per the WMU Undergraduate Catalog.

Teaching and Assessment


ADTP places great emphasis on specialized knowledge with broad education
principles. It also stresses employment-related skills.

Higher education in the United States encompasses proficiencies such as English,


Mathematics and Computer Science. It also requires students to take a range of
General Education subjects covering the liberal arts and humanities, on top of their
major courses. The main purpose is to ensure that students develop a well-rounded
education.

General Education subjects are normally taken during the first two years of studies,
together with proficiencies and some core subjects in their respective degrees. The
remaining of their major core and elective subjects will be taught in the U.S.

Student performance is continuously assessed through participation, quizzes, tests,


assignments, projects, presentations and final written examinations. The weightage
given to continuous assessment is 60 percent, while the final examination component
accounts for 40 percent. The performance indicator is expressed as the Cumulative
Grade Point Average (CGPA), which signifies the average grade of courses attempted
and academic standing. One credit hour in the U.S. education system is equal to one
clock hour of class per week for a duration of 14 weeks.

Academic Faculty and Research


About 30 percent of our faculty members are doctoral degree holders and another
30 percent are currently in their various stages of completing their doctoral degrees.
Most are engaged in research in their respective fields of mathematics, engineering,
history, chemistry, computer science, finance, psychology and environmental science.
With their research and teaching experience, they are able to encourage students to
actively apply research to their studies, so as to better understand and appreciate their
academic courses.
GENERAL EDUCATION AND
PROFICIENCY COURSES
Complete as many General Education courses with at least a “C” grade in each area.
Pick one course from each category.

Area I : Fine Arts (THEA 1000 Introduction to Theater)

Area II : Humanities (HIST 1010 Modern Western World)

Area III : The United States: Cultures and Issues (HIST 2120 American Culture)

Area IV : Other Cultures and Civilizations (SOC 3340 Pacific Rim Asian Socities)

Area V : Social and Behavioral Sciences (COM 2000 Introduction to


Communication Theory, PSCI 2500 International Relations, BUS 1750
Business Enterprise, PSY 1000 Psychology, SOC 2000 Sociology, or ECON
2010 Principles of Microeconomics)

Area VI : N
 atural Science with Laboratory (CHEM 1900/1910 Chemistry and
Society, or BIOS 1100/1120 Principles of Biology, or PHYS 1130/1140
General Physics 1)

Area VII : Natural Science and Technology: Applications and Implications (GEOG
1000 World Ecological Problem and Man or COM 2400 Introduction to
Media and Telecommunications)

Area VIII : Health and Well-Being (HOL 1000 Health and Wellbeing)

Complete the following Proficiencies with at least a “C” grade:

Code Subjects Hrs


ENGL 1000* Basic Writing Skills 4
ENGL 1050 Thought and Writing 4
COM 1040 Public Speaking 3
COM 1700 Interpersonal Communication 3
MATH 1160 Finite Mathematics and Applications 3
MATH 1180 Pre-calculus 4
CIS 1020 Introduction to End User Computing 3

Note:
Both English courses must be completed before transferring to WMU. Select proficiencies
according to majors.

*Baccalaureate-level writing. It does not count towards the graduation hour requirement.

As per Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) requirements, all Malaysian students must pass
a module each in Malaysian Studies, Moral Studies (non-Muslims) / Islamic Studies (Muslims)
and Bahasa Kebangsaan (exempted if a credit in BM has been obtained at SPM level).
CORE COURSES ACCORDING TO MAJORS
Bachelor of Business Administration
Complete a minimum of 60 credit hours with an average mark of “CB” in all courses, CGPA 2.5:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics 3 BUS 1750 Business Enterprise 3
ECON 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 MKTG 2500 Principles of Marketing 3
ACTY 2100 Principles of Accounting I 3 MGMT 2500 Organizational Behavior 3
ACTY 2110 Principles of Accounting II 3 STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3
SOC 2000 Principles of Sociology or 3 FIN 3200 Business Finance 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
Note:
Business students will have to take MATH 1160. However, students majoring in Computer Information Systems and also Integrated Supply Matrix Management will
take MATH 1180 and MATH 1220 respectively, instead of MATH 1160.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering


Complete 50–60 (73 for Mechanical) credit hours (CH) with an average grade of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (with Lab) 5
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4 CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4
MATH 2720 Multivariate & Vector Calculus 4 CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab)(EE, 4
Aero(1120), ChemE, ME)
MATH 450 Discrete Mathematics (CompE) 3
CS 1110 Computer Science I (CompE, EE, Civil) 4 ME 2320 Thermodynamics (Aero, EE*, Ind, ME) 3

CS 1120 Engineering Statistics (ChemE, Civil, 3 ME 2560 Statics (Aero, Civil, EE, CompE*, ME) 3
Ind, Mfg) ME 2580 Dynamics (Aero, Civil, EE, Ind, ME) 3
CS 1022 Introduction to Engineering 1 ECE 2100 Circuit Analysis (Aero, CompE, EE, 4
Computing Ind, ME)
PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (with Lab) 5
Note:
*Elective

Note:
CompE - Computer Engineering Aero - Aeronautical Engineering EE - Electrical Engineering
ChemE - Chemical Engineering ME - Mechanical Engineering Civil - Civil Engineering
Ind - Industrial Engineering Mfg - Manufacturing Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management Technology (EMT) and


Engineering Graphics and Design Technology (EGDT)
Complete a minimum of 50-60 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 ACTY 2100 Principles of Accounting (EMT) 3
PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with lab) 5 ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics (EMT) 3
PHYS 1150/60 General Physics II (with lab) 5 MATH 1230 Calculus II (EGDT) 4
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with lab) 4 COM 1040 Public Speaking (EGDT) 3
STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3 CS 1110 Computer Science I (EGDT) 4
Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Biomedical Science, Forensic Science, Pharmacy, &
Nursing major
Complete a minimum of 50-60 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:

Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs


CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 MATH 1220 Calculus I 4
CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab) 4 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with Lab) 5
BIOS 1500 Molecular and Cellular Biology 4 STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3
BIOS 1510 Organismal Biology 4

Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Psychology major


Complete a minimum of 45 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3 PSY 2500 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 1600 Child Psychology 3
Note:
Students are required to select a minor comprising a different specialization.

Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Mathematics major


Complete approximately 59 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 MATH 2720 Vector & Multivariate Calculus 4
CS 1110 Computer Science I 4 MATH 1450 Discrete Mathematics 3
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (with Lab) 5
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4 PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (with Lab) 5

Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Physics major


Complete approximately 56 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 MATH 2720 Vector & Multivariate Calculus 4
CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab) 4 PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (with Lab) 5
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (with Lab) 5
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4

Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Chemistry major


Complete approximately 56 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 MATH 2720 Vector & Multivariate Calculus 4
CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab) 4 PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (with Lab) 5
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (with Lab) 5
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4
CORE COURSES ACCORDING TO MAJORS
Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Geology major
Complete approximately 50 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all courses, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I 5
CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab) 4 BIOS 1100/20 Principles of Biology (with Lab) 4
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4
Note:
Geology students should select minors in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or Biology.

Bachelor of Science in Aviation


Complete the following required courses with a minimum grade of “CB”, CGPA of 2.5:
Aviation Flight Science Option - A(AFAJ). Can complete up to approximately 48 credit hours
(CH).
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
COM 1700 Interpersonal Communication 3 THEA 1000 Introduction to Theater* 3
PSY 1000 Psychology* 3 HIST 1010 Modern Western World* 3
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 HIST 2120 American Culture* 3
STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3 SOC 3340 Pacific Rim Asian Societies* 3
GEOG 1000 World Ecological Problems & Man* 4 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with Lab) 5
ECON 2010 Microeconomics 3

Aviation Maintenance Technology (MTCJ). Can complete up to approximately 49 credit hours (CH).
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
COM 1700 Interpersonal Communication 3 HIST 1010 Modern Western World* 3
PSY 1000 Psychology* 3 SOC 3340 Pacific Rim Asian Societies* 3
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 HIST 2120 American Culture* 3
STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3 GEOG 1000 World Ecological Problems & Man* 4
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with Lab) 5
THEA 1000 Introduction to Theater* 3

Aviation Science and Administration (AVAJ). Can complete up to approximately 66 credit hours (CH).
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
PSY 1000 Psychology* 3 ECON 2010 Microeconomics 3
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 ECON 2020 Macroeconomics 3
MGMT 2500 Organizational Behavior 3 THEA 1000 Introduction to Theatre* 3
MKTG 2500 Marketing Principles 3 HIST 1010 Modern Western World* 3
COM 1700 Interpersonal Communication 3 SOC 3340 Pacific Rim Asian Societies* 3
ACTY 2100 Principles of Accounting I 3 AMS 2000 Intro. to American Studies* 3
ACTY 2110 Principles of Accounting II 3 GEOG 1000 World Ecological Problems & Man* 4
BUS 1750 Business Enterprise 3 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with Lab) 5

*Recommended General Education Courses.


Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Complete approximately 45 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “CB” in all courses, CGPA 2.5:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
COM 1040 Public Speaking 3 COM 2000 Intro. to Communication Theories 3
COM 1700 Interpersonal Communication 3 COM 2400 Intro. to Telecommunications & Media 3
COM 2010 Communication Inquiry 3 JRN 1000 Foundations of Journalism 3
Note: Students are required to select a minor comprising a different specialization.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science


Complete a minimum of 60 credit hours (CH) with an average mark of “C” in all subjects, CGPA 2.0:
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CS 1110 Computer Science I 4 CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (T&A Only) 4
CS 1120 Computer Science II 4 COM 1040 Public Speaking (T&A Only) 3
CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4 PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (T&A Only) 5
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (T&A Only) 5
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4 BIOS 1120/30 Principles of Biology (T&A Only) 4
MATH 1450 Discrete Mathematics 3
Note: T&A – Computer Science Theory and Analysis major.

Bachelor of Science in Mining / Petroleum / Geological Engineering


Complete 45–50 credit hours with an average grade of “C” (CGPA 2.0) in all courses.
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
PHYS 2050/60 Mechanics & Heat (with Lab) 5 ME 2560 Statics 3
PHYS 2070/80 Electricity & Light (with Lab) 5 ME 2580 Dynamics 3
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4 CHEM 1120/30 General Chemistry II (with Lab) 4

Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science


Complete approximately 56 - 60 credit hours with an average grade of “B” (CGPA 3.0)
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
CS 1110 Computer Science I 4 ECON 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ACTY 2110 Principles of Accounting II 3 STAT 2160 Business Statistics 3
ACTY 2100 Principles of Accounting I 3 MATH 1220 Calculus I 4
FIN 3200 Business Finance 3 MATH 1230 Calculus II 4
ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics 3 MATH 2720 Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra 4

Bachelor of Science in Architecture


Complete approximately 35 credit hours with an average grade of “B” (CGPA of 2.5)
Code Subjects Hrs Code Subjects Hrs
MATH 1220 Calculus I 4 CHEM 1100/10 General Chemistry I (with Lab) 4
MATH 1230 Calculus II 4 PHYS 1130/40 General Physics I (with Lab) 4
DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS (COURSES)
Courses offered in this Program are identical to
those described in the Western Michigan University.
Syllabi and examinations are moderated to Western
Michigan University standards by Western Michigan
University lecturers. Students should consult the
Head of Program or Coordinator for availability of
specific subjects during the respective semesters.
ACTY 2100 BUS 1750
Principles of Accounting I. This course introduces basic Business Enterprise. This course introduces students to the
business concepts and the use of accounting information in development and value of business institutions in society.
business to plan for, record, and evaluate the performance of Students will examine the dynamics of business decision-
operating activities. The course integrates the use of accounting making and demonstrate the ability to identify, define, and
information for both financial (external) reporting and interpret essential business concepts. The relationships
managerial (internal) decision-making purposes. (3 credit hours) among business activities will be studied to determine their
interactions with the economic, political, legal, global and social
ACTY 2110 environments. (3 credit hours)
Principles of Accounting II. This course examines the use
of accounting information in planning and decision-making CHEM 1100
in business organizations. It includes the use of accounting General Chemistry I. The theory and fundamental principles
information in planning for long-term financing and investing of chemistry are emphasized in this foundation course which
activities within an organization. The course also covers how a serves primarily those who intend to enroll for two or more
company’s profitability from various activities, its cash flows, and additional courses in chemistry. Corequisite: Students should
its overall financial status are evaluated. Prerequisite: ACTY 2100. concurrently enroll in CHEM 1110. (To count for general
(3 credit hours) education credit, both CHEM 1100 and 1110 must be passed.)
(3 credit hours)
BIOS 1100
Biology Laboratory. This course provides hands-on CHEM 1110
experiences in environmental and general biology. General Chemistry Laboratory I. The companion laboratory
Experiments will involve the use of scientific methodology and course to CHEM 1100. This course is also intended for students
instrumentation to collect, analyze, interpret data, and draw who completed a general chemistry course without laboratory
conclusions about life processes, basic biological principles, at another institution. Corequisite: CHEM 1100 (unless
as well as the interaction of people and their environment. successfully completed in a prior term) or applicable transfer
Corequisite or prerequisite: BIOS 1120 (1 credit hour) credit. (To count for general education credit, both CHEM 1100
and 1110 must be passed.) (1 credit hour)
BIOS 1120
Principles of Biology. This is a course designed to provide CHEM 1120
foundation concepts in cell biology, human anatomy and General Chemistry II. The properties of a number of the
physiology, botany, human genetics, microbiology and ecology. more representative elements and the compounds which they
It is presented for students who do not have strong biology and form are studied. Chemical relationships in the periodic table,
chemistry backgrounds. (3 credit hours) electrochemistry, and the equilibrium principle are also treated.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1100 and CHEM 1110. (3 credit hours)
BIOS 1500
Molecular and Cellular Biology. The course covers basic CHEM 1130
concepts of molecular and cellular biology and physiology. General Chemistry Laboratory II. The companion laboratory
(4 credit hours) course to CHEM 1120. Corequisite: CHEM 1120 (unless
successfully completed in a prior term). (1 credit hour)
BIOS 1510
Organismal Biology. This course covers basic concepts of
evolution, ecology, and animal behavior. Prerequisite: BIOS 1500.
(4 credit hours)
CHEM 1900
Chemistry in Society. This course provides an overview of fundamental chemical principles
so that the impact of chemistry on topics of importance to society may be discussed. These
topics may include such areas as chemistry of the environment (air and water), radioactivity,
energy sources, pharmaceuticals, household products, plastics, and food chemistry. Credit
does not apply for a Chemistry major. Prerequisite: MATH 1100. Corequisite: CHEM 1910
(unless successfully completed in a prior semester). To count for general education credit,
both CHEM 1900 and CHEM 1910 must be passed. (3 credit hours)

CHEM 1910
Chemistry in Society Laboratory. This is the laboratory portion of CHEM 1900 which
must be taken concurrently with or after passing CHEM 1900. Prerequsite: MATH 1100.
Corequisite: CHEM 1900. (1 credit hour)

CIS 1020
Introduction to End-User Computing. Course focuses on the basic end-user computing
skills needed by individuals to increase their productivity in the business workplace.
This course develops students’ skills through the use of software such as databases
and spreadsheets, as well as presentation, communication, and information retrieval
applications, and mainframe. (3 credit hours)

COM 1040
Public Speaking. Study of the application of principles of communication underlying
effective oral presentations, with attention to speaking in business, professional and public
settings. Includes practice in preparing, presenting, and evaluating speeches and other
forms of oral presentations. (3 credit hours)

COM 1700
Interpersonal Communication. An introductory course in communication theory and
practice, in which students utilize their powers of speech to increase their effectiveness in
interpersonal relationships through understanding of self and others. (3 credit hours)

COM 2000
Introduction to Communication Theory. A study of communication models and
theories which are common to the fields of interpersonal, group, organizational, public
and mass communication. (3 credit hours)

COM 2010
Communication Inquiry. This course introduces students to the humanistic and social science
traditions of inquiry into human communication. Prerequisite: COM 2000. (3 credit hours)

COM 2400
Introduction to Media and Telecommunications. This course surveys the history and
development of broadcasting, cable, and telephone communications. Also explored are
current relationships, including management, operations and programming, as well as
telecommunication regulation. (3 credit hours)

CS 1022
Introduction to Engineering Computing 1: Mathematical Software. An introduction
to computing for engineering software. Basic concepts and structures of mathematical
software are presented. Examples come from diverse disciplines of science. Students
learn how mathematical software are different from and similar to mathematical software
and computer programming. Practical experience with mathematical software is gained
through laboratory hours incorporated into this course. Prerequisite: MATH 1180.
(1 credit hour)
DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS (COURSES)
CS 1110 ENGL 1050
Computer Science I. A first course in the science of Thought and Writing. A writing course in which the students will
programming digital computers. Analysis of problems and work closely with the instructor to develop their sense of language
development of correct procedures for their solution will be as a means of shaping and ordering their experience and ideas,
emphasized along with the expression of algorithmic solutions and to develop imagination, thought, organization, and clarity
to problems in a structured high level computer language. in their written work. Does not count as credit towards English
Applications will solve both numerical and non-numerical major or minor. Fulfills the University Intellectual Skills college level
problems for the computer. With laboratory. Corequisite: writing requirement. Prerequisite: ENGL 1000. (4 credit hours)
MATH 1180. (4 credit hours)
FIN 3200
CS 1120 Business Finance. Presents a basis for understanding the financial
Computer Science II. This course is a continuation of management function of the business enterprise. Considers
Computer Science I with more emphasis on top-down, financial principles and techniques essential for planning and
modular, structured design and techniques involved in the controlling profitability and liquidity of assets, planning capital
production of large computer programs. Advanced language structure and cost of capital, and utilizing financial instruments and
features such as recursion, sets, pointers, records/structures will institutions for capital raising. Prerequisites: ACTY 2100; STAT 2160
be discussed. Data structures and their various implementations or 3660 or equivalent. (3 credit hours)
are introduced. Design and analysis of various searching and
sorting techniques will be presented. Elementary file processing GEOG 1000
using sequential and random access input and output will be World Ecological Problems and Man. (Science credit)
demonstrated. A team project will be assigned. With laboratory. Geographers have long been concerned with studying the
Prerequisite: CS 1110; Corequisite: MATH 1220. (4 credit hours) interactions between human beings and the environment. The
major focus of these investigations today concerns the misuse of
ECE 2100 the environment which has led to the present day environmental
Circuit Analysis. Analysis of linear electric circuits using crisis. The introductory course combines scientific and non-
methods based on Kirchoff’s laws and network theorems. RL, technical appraisals of processes and problems dealing with the
RC, and RLC transients. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis. With question of environmental quality. Therefore, humanity will be
laboratory. Prerequisites: PHYS 2070 or taken concurrently, and studied in the physical as well as the social setting. Though major
MATH 1230. (4 credit hours) issues may vary for developing and developed nations, topics
concerning population pressure, pollution, and urbanization will
ECON 2010 be among those examined. (4 credit hours)
Principles of Microeconomics. An introduction to
microeconomics, the study of the price system and resource HIST 1010
allocation, problems of monopoly, and the role of government Modern Western World. Survey of major developments in Western
in regulating and supplementing the price system. For students civilization from the Renaissance to the present. (3 credit hours)
who plan to take both ECON 2010 and ECON 2020, it is
preferable to take ECON 2010 before taking ECON 2020. HIST 2120
(3 credit hours) American Culture. This course is an introduction to the
identification, interpretation, and historical context of American
ECON 2020 culture. Since the content and practice of American culture is
Principles of Macroeconomics. An introduction to broad in scope, it is studied by a wide-range of disciplines—
macroeconomics, the study of total output and employment, history, anthropology, folklore, literary studies, geography,
inflation, economic growth, and introduction to international art history, sociology—and this course will certainly reflect
trade and development. For students who plan to take both the integration of these areas. Over the past fifty years, these
ECON 2010 and ECON 2020, it is preferable to take ECON 2010 disciplines combined their efforts to form the field of American
before taking ECON 2020. (3 credit hours) Studies, and the themes of this course have been defined by this
academic tradition. The thematic focus of this course is how the
ENGL 1000 American experience has fostered distinct values, expressions and
Basic Writing Skills. A writing course designed to help ways of living. Using these themes, students will have a basis to
students develop basic writing skills. Emphasis is on English begin identifying and interpreting the patterns of culture that have
usage, sentence structure, and paragraph development. This characterized American history. American culture is shaped by the
course is graded on a Credit/No credit basis. (4 credit hours) past and finds constant expression in the present. This historical
examination of American culture shows the circumstances under
which it was shaped and transformed, and the compelling process
in which it responds to contemporary life. (3 credit hours)
HOL 1000
Health and Wellbeing. The course will focus on the relationship between individual
choices, social responsibilities and optimal human functioning. Students will be
educated in current theories and techniques of values clarification, motivation, and
behavior change. Health and social issues relevant to young adults and throughout the
life cycle will be examined. This course is designed for undergraduate students in all
majors and is especially valuable for students interested in health and human services
professions. (3 credit hours)

IME 2610
Engineering Statistics. Introduction to statistical methodology emphasizing
applications in engineering. Topics include descriptive and inferential statistics,
regression, analysis of variance, and design of experiments. Prerequisites: MATH 1220
or 1700. (3 credit hours)

JRN1000
Foundations of Journalism. An examination of the role of journalism in American
society and an introduction to writing for newspapers. This course includes
discussion of news values, objectivity, journalism history, libel, ethics, current events
and the impact of the mass media on individuals, groups and institutions. Students
will learn news story content and structure and Associated Press Style. There is a
strong emphasis on news writing assignments in the course. (3 credit hours)

MATH 1160
Finite Mathematics with Applications. This course is designed to give the student
a background in the elements of finite mathematics. Included will be a discussion
of: sets, relations and functions; systems of linear equations and inequalities; vectors
and matrices; concepts of probability; random variables and distribution functions;
applications of linear algebra and probability. (3 credit hours)

MATH 1180
Precalculus Mathematics. This course is designed to provide the student with basic
algebraic and trigonometric concepts necessary for calculus. Topics include: real
numbers, inequalities, coordinate systems, functions, polynomials, solutions of polynomial
equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry and trigonometric
functions. (4 credit hours)

MATH 1220
Calculus I. The first of a 2-semester sequence in differential and integral calculus.
Functions, limits, continuity, techniques and applications of differentiation,
integration, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions. Prerequisite:
MATH 1180 or at least 3 1/2 years of college preparatory mathematics including
trigonometry. (4 credit hours)

MATH 1230
Calculus II. A continuation of Calculus I. Techniques and applications of integration,
trigonometric functions, sequences and series, indeterminate forms, improper
integrals, applications to elementary differential equations. Prerequisite: MATH 1220.
(4 credit hours)
DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS (COURSES)
MATH 2720 MGMT 2500
Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra. Vectors and Organizational Behavior. This course provides an examination
geometry in two and three dimensions, matrix algebra, of individual, interpersonal, group and organizational processes
determinants, vector differentiation, functions of several faced by employees. Current theory, research and practice
variables, partial differentiation, linear transformations, multiple regarding variables that influence human behavior are
integration, and change of variables. The computer algebra discussed. Emphasis is placed on learning relevant to goal
system Maple will be used to explore some of these topics. setting, managing change, team processes, reward structures,
Prerequisite: MATH 1230. (4 credit hours) human productivity and career management in organizational
settings. Prerequisite: BUS 1750 (3 credit hours)
ME 2320
Thermodynamics. Fundamental laws of classic thermodynamics MKTG 2500
including ideal and non-ideal processes. Applications are studied Marketing Principles. Introduction to the role of marketing in
in relationship to the traditional thermodynamic cycles and the U.S. and global economy. Emphasis on how organizations
to alternate energy systems such as solar and wind energy. create consumer value through marketing strategy planning.
Prerequisites: MATH 1230, PHYS 2050, PHYS 2060. (3 credit hours) Topics covered include buyer behavior, market segmentation,
product planning, service quality, promotion, pricing, and
ME 2560 managing channel relationships. Prerequisite: Sophomore
Statics. Forces and moments acting upon structural bodies standing. (3 credit hours)
under static loads. Concepts of vectors, free-body diagrams,
shear and moment diagrams, centroids, moments of inertia and PHYS 1130
friction. Prerequisites: MATH 1230. (3 credit hours) General Physics I. A general college physics course in the
principles and practical application of mechanics, sound,
ME 2580 and heat. Recommended for students in curricula other than
Dynamics. Kinematics and kinetics of particles, rigid bodies science and students desiring a non-calculus course in physics.
in translation, rotation, and plane motion. Includes impulse- (4 credit hours)
momentum and work-energy methods. Introduction to
vibrations. Prerequisites: ME 2560 or 2530, PHYS 2050, PHYS PHYS 1140
2060. (3 credit hours) General Physics I Laboratory. This is a laboratory course which
includes exercises related to topics covered in PHYS 1130. Normally
this course is taken concurrently with PHYS 1130. (1 credit hour)

PHYS 2050
Mechanics and Heat. This first course in a sequence of three in
calculus-based Physics deals with mechanics and heat. PHYS 2050
is intended for physics majors, engineering students, and future
physics teachers and is recommended for majors in other sciences.
Corequisite: MATH 1230. Prerequisite: MATH 1220. (4 credit hours)

PHYS 2060
Mechanics and Heat Laboratory. This is a laboratory course
which includes exercises related to topics covered in PHYS 2050.
Corequisite: PHYS 2050. (1 credit hour)

PHYS 2070
Electricity and Light. This course follows PHYS 2050 and
consists of studies in electricity, magnetism, and light.
Prerequisites: PHYS 2050, MATH 1230 and MATH 2720 (2720 may
be taken concurrently). (4 credit hours)
PHYS 2080
Electricity and Light Laboratory. This is a laboratory course which includes exercises
related to topics covered in PHYS 2070. Corequisite: PHYS 2070. (1 credit hour)

PSCI 2500
International Relations. A study of the nature of the international community and the
forces which produce cooperation and conflict. Particular attention is given to analyzing
power in terms of its acquisition and uses. (4 credit hours)

PSY 1000
General Psychology. An eclectic approach to a social and behavioral survey of major
topics in psychology, including learning, motivation, intelligence, personality, mental
illness, and social relations. Approved for General Education. (3 credit hours)

PSY 1600
Child Psychology. An introduction to behavior principles in the analysis of complex
behavior with an emphasis upon early childhood learning and the techniques for
enhancing children’s development. Topics include mental retardation, behavioral
problems in childhood, emotional development and language learning. Prerequisite:
PSY 1000. (3 credit hours)

PSY 2500
Abnormal Psychology. An introduction to the description, classification and
interpretation of human behavior labeled by society as “abnormal” with an emphasis
on the social variables and environmental conditions related to the acquisition and
persistence of such behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 1000. (3 credit hours)

SOC 2000
Principles of Sociology. An introduction to, and survey of, the discipline of Sociology
and its major fields of study. A scientific study and analysis of human behavior and
interaction, our social nature, and the social world (groups, cultures, religions, institutions,
communities, and societies) in which we live. Selected concepts, theories and research
findings pertaining to social life at the national and international levels are presented and
explored. (3 credit hours)

SOC 3340
Pacific Rim–Asian Societies. A sociological analysis of Pacific Rim-Asian societies (such as
China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore) in various stages of industrialization and
modernization, with consideration of their influence on American society. (3 credit hours)

STAT 2160
Business Statistics. An applications-oriented study of statistical concepts and
techniques. The course focuses on the student as a user of statistics who needs a minimal
understanding of mathematical theory and formula derivation. Major topics of study
are statistical description, central tendency, dispersion, distributional shapes, sampling,
confidence intervals, probability, comparison tests, association tests, regression and
time series. The objectives of the course are to develop the skill to apply these concepts
in conjunction with computer usage and make appropriate decisions regarding actual
business problems. Prerequisite: MATH 1160 and CIS 1020. (3 credit hours)

THEA 1000
Introduction to Theater. Considers theatre as a part of the individual’s cultural
heritage and liberal arts background. Students attend theatre performances and have
opportunities to participate in University Theatre. (Lab fee required for play attendance.)
(3 credit hours)
OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
WMU Presidential scholarship
recipients
Congratulations goes out to our ADTP students who were
awarded the 2009 Presidential scholarship (worth US$8,000 per
annum) from Western Michigan University for Fall intake.

2009 Dean’s award recipients

TESTIMONIALS
AHMED SAFIANU SALEH (Nigerian)
Successfully transferred credits to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
(Ranked Number 1 for Aviation) (Intake: Spring 2010)

“ADTP at Sun-U was worth passing through because the lecturers are friendly and they are
willing to help me academically. I’ve also met people from different nationalities and I’m
able to strengthen friendship with them”.

ANJULI RABINDRANATH (Malaysian) US$12,000 per annum scholarship recipient from


Illinois Institute of Technology (Intake: Fall 2009)

“Being in the ADTP at Sun-U genuinely prepared me for the prospects that lay ahead. The
program makes sure that you are well equipped to undertake whatever it is that lies ahead and
it also leaves you with treasured experiences and memories. The hefty task of selecting the ideal
university, sending in applications, and attending visa interviews were made considerably easier
with the help of the ADTP staff. The resources and information made available to students made
this substantial task much easier to handle.”

ALVIN TAN (Malaysian)


University of Missouri, Kansas City’s Community College Leadership award recipient
(scholarship worth US$10,000 per annum) (Intake: Fall 2009)

“The lecturers and students in my course were fantastic throughout my time in


ADTP Sunway. Everyone was so active throughout the semester. ADTP provides a
good education system as it helps to balance your study and social life and you will
have plenty of time for both. I personally enjoyed and loved every moment of it!”.
TESTIMONIALS
LAU JANN-LIM (Malaysian)
Credits accepted by McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia
(Top Business School in U.S.A.) (Intake: Fall 2009)
Credits also accepted by New York University
(Highly ranked business program) (Intake: Fall 2009)

“Sun-U’s ADTP provided me with interactive and intellectually stimulating classes,


taught by highly qualified lecturers. I made many great friends and engaged in extra-
curricular activities. These experiences helped me transfer to a prestigious university
in the US. Sun-U provided me with an incredible experience, without which I believe I
would not be where I am today!”

SEAN YAP (Malaysian)


Accepted into Chapman University to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Film Production
(Intake: Fall 2009)

“It’s not an overstatement to say that American education helps produce well-rounded students:
you’re not going to just study courses within your major; you will need to expose yourself to other
subjects and fields as part of the curriculum...expand your horizons! Since the ADTP at Sun-U has
a relatively small community, you’re more likely to get personal attention from your teachers.
I’ve certainly made friends from across the board, from aspiring psychologists and journalists to
potential engineers and financial analysts. Sunway is filled with opportunities and challenges.
Seize every moment to discover who you are, keep an open mind with a willingness to learn. I’ve
watched myself grow so much here, and I’m sure you will too.”

WONG JAN YI (Malaysian)


Transferred all credits to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Intake: Summer, 2008)

“Sun-U’s ADTP provided me with interactive and intellectually stimulating classes, taught by highly
qualified lecturers. I made many great friends and engaged in extra-curricular activities. These
experiences helped me transfer to a prestigious university in the US. Sun-U provided me with an
incredible experience, without which I believe I would not be where I am today!”

MOHAMMAD HARIZ BIN MOHAMMED SHAZALLI (Malaysian)


Former Vice President of Sunway University College Student Council
Former head of the ADTP Student Council.
Accepted into Indiana University – Bloomington (Business major) (Intake: Fall 2008)

“I extremely enjoyed the wonderful times that I had with the faculty, students and even the ever-
so-cheerful administrative staff. The learning experiences were incredibly fun and I really had a
great time participating in classroom activities as well as ADTP’s events. I think one of the best life
decisions that I’ve ever made is enrolling in Sunway University College’s ADTP!!!”

GUARAMAL ZORIG (Mongolian)


Transferred to Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, to pursue a degree in
Business Administration (Intake: Fall 2009)

“I appreciate all the years I spent at Sunway University College. The ADTP provided a
strong foundation for me to further my studies in Canada. The experience I earned
during the 2 academic years at Sun-U was extremely valuable, and every moment I
spent there will enrich my future, academically and personally.”

ESTHER LIM WEI YEE (Malaysian)


Successfully transferred credits to Cornell University, USA (Ivy League) to pursue a degree in
Biomedical Engineering (Intake: 2008)

“Overall, the ADTP at Sun-U was good and enriching. I have to give credit to all the lecturers
for assisting me from the beginning. They were always very friendly and helpful. They did not
restrict themselves to only classroom issues but were always ready to lend a helping hand in
other matters, such as university application. I am assured of the high quality and standard
of the courses taught here as all courses are similar to those offered in WMU. As such,
transferring credits to other reputable universities would be easier. “
OUR PROGRAMMES
PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDIES
• Australian Matriculation
• Cambridge GCE A Level
• Canadian International Matriculation Programme
• Monash University Foundation Year
• Sunway Foundation in Arts

DIPLOMA & DEGREE PROGRAMMES


• Diploma in Business Administration
• Diploma in Computer Studies
• Diploma in Graphic & Multimedia Design
• Diploma in Interior Design
• Diploma in Fine Art
• Diploma in Nursing
• Diploma in Hotel Management
• Diploma in Tourism Management
• Diploma in Events Management
• Diploma in Performing Arts
• BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance
• BSc (Hons) Business Management
• BSc (Hons) Business Studies
• BSc (Hons) Information Systems
• BSc (Hons) Information Technology
• BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management
• BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management
• BSc (Hons) Psychology

AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM


• Bachelor of Business Administration
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering
• Bachelor of Arts in Communication
• Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
• Bachelor of Science in Natural Science
• Bachelor of Science in Aviation

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TWINNING PROGRAMMES/ 3+0)


• Victoria University, Melbourne Australia
• Accounting, Banking & Finance, Financial Risk Management,
International Trade and Marketing

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
• Masters in Management
• Masters in Management with Law
• Masters in Money, Banking & Finance
• MSc in Computer Science (by research)
• MSc in Mobile Systems

SUNWAY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (KPT/JPT/DFT/US/B15) MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)


Governed by the Sunway Education Trust Fund • Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Operating Company: Sunway Education Group Sdn Bhd
(formerly known as Sunway College Sdn Bhd). PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING PROGRAMMES
(Co. No. 146440-K). • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
• Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
No. 5, Jalan Universiti, Bandar Sunway, • Certificate in Finance, Accounting & Business (CFAB)
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
• The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW)
Tel +6 (03) 7491 8622
Fax +6 (03) 5635 8630
Email: info@sunway.edu.my ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES
• Intensive English Programme (IEP)
• International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS)
www.sunway.edu.my • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

All information is correct at the time of printing (Sept 2009)