Bachelor of Management (Hons)


MOHE/MQA Code: N/345/6/0171 (MQA/FA 1710), N/345/6/0164 (MQA/FA 1865)
Level of Study: Bachelor Degree
Faculty: Faculty of Education & Humanities

The Bachelor of Management(Hons) graduates should be able to demonstrate their have the managerial and entrepreneurial competency and understanding and become prime movers and significant contributors in organisations which they may serve. The mastery of principles and practices of organisational and managerial sciences prepare the graduates to be leaders and team members simultaneously. The core skills learned will prepare students with job skills relevant to the changing demands in the job market.

In addition, the programme prepares students for a life of understanding, wisdom and maturity. This programme has been accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA/LAN) since 2002 and is recognised by the Public Services Department of Malaysia (JPA).

Career Prospects

Graduates will find rewarding career opportunities and prospects in this fast-growing industry, which covers small-medium industries to large multi-national organisations. This programme focuses on the development of an individual as a whole. Graduates will be equipped with the skills required to survive and do well in their careers, particularly in public, private and NGO sectors at any level.

  • Pass STPM with 2 principals or
  • ‘A’ Levels, Matriculation, Foundation or Pre-university; or
  • Diploma from a Public or Private Higher Education Institution and has obtained a minimum standard required by Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA / LAN) or been granted (MQA / LAN) accreditation or equivalent qualification which is recognised by the Malaysian Government; or
  • Certificate from a Polytechnic under the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia.

English Proficiency Requirement

Malaysian Students

Students who enroll into UNITAR Bachelor's Degree programmes must fulfill the following English proficiency requirements:

  • Students who have a credit in the English Language at the SPM/SPMV level are required to take additional English courses, depending on the level of proficiency.
  • Students who do not have a credit in the English Language at the SPM/SPMV level are required to undergo the Intensive English Programme.
  • Students who have a distinction in the English Language at the SPM/SPMV level are not required to take additional English courses.


Additional charges will be imposed based on the English placement level, in addition to the respective programme fees.

UNITAR Placement
Previous code: C3
Band 3
English 3 (ULD1133)
4B & 5C
Previous code: C4 & C5
Band 2
English 2 (ULC0123)
Previous code: C6
Band 1
English 1 (ULC0013)
7D, 8E & 9G
Previous code: P7, P8 & F9
Intensive English Programme

International Students

International students who enrol into UNITAR programmes must fulfil the following English proficiency requirements:

  • Undergraduate Programmes - TOEFL score of 450 or IELTS band of 4
  • The validity period for TOEFL and IELTS is two (2) years from the date of the award.
  • Without the qualification mentioned above, International students are required to register for and pass a special Intensive English Programme (IEP). This programme will incur additional charges.

Programme Structure

The Bachelor's Degree programme requires a total of 112 credit hours of course work. Upon entering semester 6 of the programme, students are required to choose their areas of Specialisation/Major. Students may also undergo a practicum/internship programme of their choice in Semester 8.

The list below shows the suggested sequence of courses which are to be completed in the programme

Year 1

Semester 1

  • Business Communication I
  • Basic Skills for Knowledge Workers
  • Fundamentals of Information Technology
  • Introduction to Social Sciences
  • Principles of Management

Semester 2

  • Business Communication II
  • Introduction to Knowledge Management
  • Critical Thinking
  • Co-curriculum I

Semester 3

  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Fundamentals of Marketing
  • Human Resources Management
  • Management Guru and Quality
  • Introduction to Future Studies

Year 2

Semester 4

  • Learning Organisations
  • Fundamentals of Public Service and NGO Management
  • Fundamentals of Strategic Management
  • Information Systems
  • National Language (Bahasa Malaysia)

Semester 5

  • Thought and Knowledge Leadership
  • Islamic Studies or Moral Education
  • Malaysian Studies
  • Co-curiculum II

Semester 6

  • Statistical Techniques for Decision Making
  • Specialisation / Major
  • Specialisation / Major
  • Specialisation / Major

Year 3

Semester 7

  • Research Methods in Social Sciences
  • Specialisation / Major
  • Specialisation / Major
  • Specialisation / Major

Semester 8

  • Practicum/Electives

* International students are exempted from taking the following courses: Malaysian Studies, Islamic Studies or Moral Education and National Language (Bahasa Malaysia).

Area of Specialisation

Students are required to choose their areas of specialisation from any of the following:


  • Entrepreneurship
  • Knowledge Management Practices
  • Fundamentals of Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Finance
  • Small Business Management
  • Project Management

Management Science

  • Fundamentals of Management Science
  • Services Operations Management
  • Operations Management
  • Process Design
  • Inventory Management
  • Introduction to Quality Management

Knowledge Management

  • Theory of Knowledge
  • The Evolution of Knowledge
  • The Knowledge Worker
  • Management Information Systems
  • Quality Movement in Education
  • Knowledge Management Practices

Leadership Studies

  • Organisational Science and Leadership
  • Foundation and Fundamentals of Leadership
  • Leadership and Teams
  • Learning from the Leaders of the Past
  • Leaders of the Future
  • Leadership Strategies

Quality Management

  • Introduction to Quality Management
  • Management of Change and Quality Agenda
  • Service Quality Management
  • Quality Movement in Education
  • Quality Management and the Customer
  • Benchmarking