Bachelor of Business Administration (Management Information Systems) (Honours)


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Year 1 

Principles of Management

This module covers four basic pillars of management – planning, organising, directing, and monitoring. Topics include managerial functions, motivation of employees, the decision-making process, accountability, authority, personnel management, and the importance of effective communication to managers. 

Foundation of Information Systems

This module delves into modern information systems in global organisations, focusing on integration for competitive edge. It covers key components like people, software, hardware, data, and communication tech, alongside topics such as security, ethics, and societal implications.

Cognitive Process and Problem Solving  

This module introduces human cognitive processes from an information-processing perspective. You will explore educational issues, personal and social sense-making, and learn heuristic frameworks for effective learning, thinking, and problem-solving strategies.

Principles of Marketing

This module covers essential marketing concepts, processes, and factors shaping marketing strategies. It examines environmental forces impacting marketing, elements of the marketing mix, and contrasts buying behaviors between consumers and businesses. Additionally, it explores international marketing issues, including the global marketing environment and strategies for products and promotion.


This module introduces basic microeconomic concepts, focusing on demand theory, elasticity, market equilibrium, consumer behavior, production theory, cost analysis, and different market structures like perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly.

Business Mathematics II

This module covers the basic mathematical skills needed to understand, analyse, and solve mathematical problems encountered in business and finance, and in investment decision making. You are expected to be able to perform the basic arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and algebraic operations. 


This module is designed to introduce accounting concepts such as accounting equation, double entry system, ledger and journals, types of assets, liabilities, capital and also preparation of trading, profit and loss account and balance sheet. Besides that, you will learn how to evaluate stocks, preparation of bank reconciliation and control accounts. 

Database Systems 

This module covers the relational database systems RDBMS - the predominant system for business, scientific and engineering applications at present. The topics are reinforced using tools such as Oracle or MS SQL Server in labs. The module includes Entity-Relation model, Normalisation, Relational model, Relational algebra, and data access queries as well as an introduction to SQL. 

Problem Solving and Programming 

This module contains introduction topics to programming using the language C/C++. It includes an introduction to computers and programming as well as the basics of programming, problem solving and software development. Data types and operators, selections, repetitions, functions, arrays, files, structured data, and pointers are among the topics to be studied in this course. 

Business Statistics II

This module offers essential statistical skills for business, including data collection, presentation, probability, hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation. Topics covered include numerical and categorical data analysis, normal distribution, sampling, and index numbers.


You will be introduced to basic macroeconomic concepts and theories. Topics include national income accounting, consumption theory, national income equilibrium, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, unemployment, international trade, balance of payments, and exchange rates.

Organisational Behaviour

This course explores the issues and approaches in managing the information systems function in organizations and how the IS function integrates/ supports/ enables various types of organizational capabilities. The course addresses issues relating to defining the high-level IS infrastructure and the systems that support the operational, administrative, and strategic needs of the organization.  

Integrity and Anti-Corruption  

This module explores corruption basics, emphasising on integrity and anti-corruption measures. It covers different forms of corruption, abuse of power, and prevention strategies through experiential learning. You will grasp the concepts of integrity, corruption, anti-corruption, abuse of power, and prevention in both societal and organisational contexts.

Community Service

This module focuses on the development of students’ communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills through community service and cooperative learning. This will include the values of social responsibility, leadership, and teamwork. The primary emphasis is on community service and or co-curricular activities that may require going beyond the university environment. 

Philosophy and Current Issues

This module delves into the link between philosophy, the National Philosophy of Education, and Rukun Negara, focusing on how philosophy shapes thought culture. It covers key philosophical topics—epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics—within contemporary contexts. Emphasis is placed on philosophy as a means for cultural dialogue and promoting shared values, fostering a comprehensive understanding of interconnected disciplines.

Year 2

Data and Information Management

This module delves into core concepts essential for managing data and information within organisations. You will learn to identify organisational information needs, model data effectively, and implement robust databases to facilitate efficient data management.

Business Information Systems Analysis and Design

You will explore processes, methodologies, and tools crucial for analysing and designing effective business information systems. Emphasis is placed on leveraging computer technologies to optimise business processes and enhance organisational efficiency.

Cost and Management Accounting

This module will equip you with fundamental knowledge in management accounting, covering essential topics such as cost terminology, behavior analysis, variance assessment, and budgeting techniques. You will gain insights into cost management practices crucial for informed decision-making within organisations.

Financial Management

You will be introduced to the principles and practices of financial decision-making in business contexts. This module covers investment strategies, financing options, and dividend policies, equipping you with the skills needed to analyse financial data and make sound financial decisions aligned with organisational goals.

Human Resource Management

This module focuses on various aspects of human resource management, including legal frameworks, recruitment strategies, diversity management, and employee career development. You will gain insights into the role of HRM in organisational success and learn practical skills for managing human capital effectively.

Business Law

You will explore the legislative processes in Malaysia and delve into contract law, legal remedies for breaches, and other commercial transactions laws. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of legal frameworks essential for conducting business operations in Malaysia.

Internet Systems Development

This module will give you an overview of Internet technology concepts and principles. Topics covered include Internet protocols, web development languages, and client-side scripting techniques, enabling you to develop basic Internet applications.

New Venture Creation 

This module outlines a structured programme for aspiring entrepreneurs to start and grow sustainable businesses in the mainstream economy. You will learn how to to tender for public and private sector opportunities.

Information Systems Project Management

You will learn about systematic methodologies and tools for managing information systems projects effectively. This module covers project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, and closure, emphasising the importance of teamwork and resource management in project success.

Business Research Methods

This course covers research methodology, design, and data collection techniques essential for conducting business research. You will learn to formulate research frameworks, collect and analyse data, and effectively communicate research findings.

Information Technology Infrastructure

This module teaches you about IT infrastructure, including architecture, networks, and their role in organisational services. It helps you communicate with hardware and software professionals, design solutions, and interact with IT vendors. The focus is on Internet-based solutions, security, business continuity, and regulatory compliance.

Appreciation Of Ethics and Civilisations 

This course delves into Malaysia's diverse ethics and civilisations, from its history to contemporary society. It aims to strengthen critical thinking skills and foster appreciation for national unity and Malaysian identity. Through discussions, you will explore societal responsibilities and adapt to global changes. High-Impact Educational Practices will enhance your learning experience.

Malay Communication Language II 

This module is designed to equip you with the necessary skills to communicate proficiently in Malay, covering both formal and informal contexts. Through a variety of interactive activities, you will engage in exercises that enhance your oral and listening abilities. By immersing yourself in practical scenarios, you will develop confidence and accuracy in expressing yourself effectively in Malay, across a range of situations.

Effective Communication – Workplace and Persuasive Presentation
This module delves into workplace communication and persuasive presentations, emphasising their crucial role in personal and professional success. It covers various communication paradigms, interpersonal dynamics in the workplace, conflict resolution, persuasion techniques, negotiation strategies, and feedback etiquette. Assessment includes role-plays, presentations, reports, and exams.

Year 3

Production and Operation Management

This module focuses on the operations of management organisation, principles of efficient location, layout and materials handling design in the workplace, method study and work measurement principles to business, effective design planning, scheduling, control systems for various types of manufacturing and service-oriented business and technology used in industry. You are required to make a visit to a firm or factory as your group project and provide a report upon the visit.

Enterprise Architecture

This module explores the design, selection, implementation, and management of enterprise IT solutions. The focus is on applications and infrastructure and their fit with the business. You will learn frameworks and strategies for infrastructure management, system administration, data/information architecture, content management, distributed computing, middleware, legacy system integration, system consolidation, software selection, total cost of ownership calculation, IT investment analysis, and emerging technologies.

Corporate Social Responsibility

This module covers the introduction on the relationship between business and society, corporate social responsibility, business ethics and the relationship between government and business issues of usage, ecology and the environment and community.

IS Strategy, Management, and Acquisition

This module explores the issues and approaches in managing the information systems function in organisations and how the IS function integrates, supports, and enables various types of organisational capabilities. It also addresses issues relating to defining the high-level IS infrastructure and the systems that support the operational, administrative, and strategic needs of the organisation.

Strategic Management

This module focuses on the strategic management process to enable organisations to achieve strategic competitiveness. It integrates knowledge acquired from prior courses such as management, marketing, accounting, ethics, and information systems. The much-acclaimed SWOT analysis is the conduit of analysis allowing you to explore and investigate facts from selected cases and to use it as a strategic planning tool.

Industrial Training

This module includes exposure in an actual working environment. You will work in organisations outside the university; enabling you to apply concepts and theories acquired during this course.

Final Year Project I

This module includes the plans of the research which include collecting and analysing data. You are also required to complete an academic research project to be submitted at the end of the semester. The project is carried out under the supervision of the lecturer.

Final Year Project II

You are required to complete an academic research project to be submitted at the end of the semester. This project is carried out under the supervision of the lecturer.


Mobile Game Programming 
This module teaches you game design basics and programming essentials, culminating in the creation of Android-compatible game engines and playable apps. Through hands-on projects, you will learn to develop games for both smartphones and tablets using APIs from the latest and earlier Android SDK releases.

Game Production and Publishing
This module introduces some order to the chaotic world of game production and publishing. It focuses on the nuts and bolts of managing game development, including defining the game's goal, creating a plan to achieve this goal, effectively managing the people who make the game happen, and dealing with all the other bumps along the way.

Final Year Project
This capstone module entails system design specification, implementation, and evaluation, culminating in a written report, demonstration, and oral presentation. It challenges you to apply your knowledge to a specific topic, enhancing organisational, theoretical, and applied skills.

Practical Training
With practical training, you will be involved in the gaming field in real world setting. It will also give the organisation the opportunity to train you to cater for the industry demands upon your graduation.