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Course - UTAR MBA (Building Management) Part-Time @ Kajang

UTAR MBA (Building Management) Part-Time @ Kajang

The Master of Business Administration (Corporate Governance) is a specialized business training programme that focuses on corporate governance, transparency and accountability. The programme provides candidates with sound theoretical and practical understanding of corporate governance particularly on social accountability and reporting


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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)

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RM22,882

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Description

What’s special about this MBA programme

  • UTAR postgraduate Business Programmes enables students to appreciate differences in global perspectives around the world, using different learning styles in which the students might experiences in the business world
  • Incorporates business knowledge skills and framework in social entrepreneurship including close collaboration with the industry and the community. These issues have been incorporated into the delivery and assessment of the UTAR Postgraduate MBA
  • Action learning plays a critical role in shaping students with the skills that allow them to develop positive personal skills, creativity, and innovativeness that are able to meet the requirements of the challenging business world

Feature Highlights

  • Class: Weekends class (Part-Time)
  • Accreditation: Fully Accredited by MQA, MOHE and KPT
  • Assessment: Coursework Based + Written Examinations
Flexible
50%
Coursework
60%
Affordable
86%
Size of Class
25%
  •  Rated by STUDYMASTERS Consultants 

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS
You can obtain a Master Degree, with minimal disruption to your work and family life.
ATTEND CLASS ON YOUR FREE TIME
Classes are held on weekends so you are free to spend the rest of the week working or resting.
HIGH LEARNING STANDARD FROM UNIVERSITY
MBA graduates are well equipped with up-to-date skills and knowledge to head their organisations or drive their business to the next level.

Why choose UTAR’s MBA?

UTAR Master of Business Programmes are catered not only for individuals who aim to enhance their managerial and leadership skills but also designed to balance the knowledge of theoretical and practical of the individuals. Furthermore the programmes are important to give the exposure of the advancing and challenging business world, to impart the effective people management skills and to develop the traits of professionalism and discipline, plus moral and ethical standard that are required in the business community.

Award & Recognition

  • Bronze in Women’s Masiswa Volleyball Championship
  • 19 Medals in Taekwondo Championship
  • First runner up in Maybank Design Hackathon
  • Faculty of Engineering and Green Technology (FEGT) FYP Poster Competition
  • Third in Cisco Netriders Competition
  • Gold in ITEX 2017
  • UTAR wins in cybersecurity competition
  • Awarded Tier-5 (Excellent) status in 2011 and 2013 Rating System for Malaysia Higher Education Institution (SETARA ‘11 and SETARA ‘13), Tier-5 Excellent in Discipline-Based Rating System (D-SETARA) for Engineering, and Tier-4 (Very Good) in D-SETARA for Health Sciences
  • Won the 2013 PAM Malaysia (Malaysian Institute of Architects) Gold Award (Education Category) for architectural excellence for Kampar Campus
  • Rated as the top three Malaysian universities for number of citations per paper in 2015 as released by QS Quacquarelli Symonds’ Intelligence Unit and announced in 2016
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Master of Business Administration (Building Management) awarded by Universiti Tun Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
(R/345/7/0113) (MQA/FA0899) 10/21

Introduction

Building managers operate in a complex environment and their roles vary from handling daily operations to strategic planning and leadership. The great challenge of a building manager is to balance the needs of owners, tenants, contractors, and government agencies. Hence, Master of Business Administration (Building Management) programme astute building managers to possess skill sets in diverse areas, which include strategic policies involving development, risk, finance, marketing, human resources, and technology.


Programme Modules

Core Subjects

  • Management for Building Managers
  • Organizational Behaviour and Analysis
  • Building Technology
  • Property Valuation
  • Risk Management and Insurance
  • Business Research Methods
  • Building Maintenance, Safety and Security
  • Marketing Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Property Investment Appraisal
  • Managerial Economics
  • Real Estate and Tenancy Law
  • Strategic Management for Corporations
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Research Project

Elective Subjects (Choose Any 1)

  • Taxation for Property Sectors
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • International Business Consulting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Consulting Skills
  • Project Knowledge and Communication Management
  • Global Sustainability
  • Workplace Safety and Health

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University Tun Abdul Rahman (UTAR)

History of UTAR
The Establishment of UTAR began with the story of Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman (KTAR). In 1964 the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) mooted the idea of setting up a college which was subsequently named after the first Prime Minister of Malaysia.

On 15 September 1972, Dato' Hussein Onn, the then Minister of Education handed over the Instrument of Government to the College. A 191-acre piece of land in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur was allocated for the construction of the KTAR Campus.

The establishment of KTAR subsequently provided the impetus and inspiration to establish a new private university. The proposal of establishing a new private university was then met with approval from the Government.

On 5 July 2001, in accordance with the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996, the then Minister of Education Tan Sri Musa Mohamad invited the MCA to establish Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).

The establishment was timely with the recognition of the private education industry by the Government of Malaysia as a vital engine in stimulating and sustaining the growth of intellectual capital to meet the complex needs of an increasingly knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.

A steering committee, chaired by Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik was formed to draw up a blueprint. A working committee led by Tan Sri Dr Ng Lay Swee, who was then the Principal of KTAR, prepared the working papers for the formation of the University. After months of meetings, deliberations and research, a framework emerged.

In March 2002, the University announced that it would be offering eight degree courses for its first intake of students for the academic year 2002/03 beginning May at its temporary campus in Petaling Jaya.

The University began by initially offering eight honours degree programmes through the following three faculties:

  • Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (FICT)
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FAS)
  • Faculty of Accountancy and Management (FAM)

The eight programmes approved by the Ministry of Education at that time were:

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Information Systems (Hons) Business Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Information Systems (Hons) Information Systems Engineering
  • Bachelor of Accounting (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Journalism
  • Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Public Relations
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Chinese Studies

The International Advisory Council
Guided by a vision to be a premier University for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge and expertise, UTAR would have to achieve global standards. To serve as a platform for international affiliations, the International Advisory Council (IAC) consisting of eminent scholars and scientists was established. With this array of distinguished scholars and scientists, UTAR has since then been working towards building a strong international base for its research initiatives and academic programmes. The historic inaugural meeting of the IAC took place on 15 April 2002, chaired by Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik, then Chairman of UTAR Council. It was indeed a meeting of keen minds with a myriad of vibrant ideas which provided an excellent start for the new University.

UTAR Today
On 10 June 2002, UTAR welcomed its first intake of 411 students to its former Petaling Jaya Campus.

On 13 August 2002, Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, then Prime Minister of Malaysia, officially launched UTAR. The University was then officially established and until today, it is still under the UTAR Education Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation.

On 16 November 2009, UTAR established its Faculty of Medicine and Health Science (FMHS) to educate and train medical students to provide quality healthcare services. The programmes offered in the Faculty include degree and postgraduate studies in Chinese Medicine, MBBS, Nursing, and Physiotherapy. The pioneer batch of FMHS medical students graduated in August 2015. This was a milestone achievement for the University.

As UTAR strategizes to progress and prepare to fulfill the nation’s requirements in the years ahead, the University recently embarked on the exciting journey of setting-up a hospital in Kampar offering both contemporary western medicine and traditional and complementary medicine (TCM).

UTAR now offers over 110 programmes in fields including Accounting, Business and Economics, Actuarial Science, Mathematics and Process Management, Agriculture and Food Science, Arts, Social Sciences and Education, Creative Industries and Design, Engineering and Built Environment, Information and Communication Technology, Life and Physical Sciences, and Medicine and Health Sciences to more than 26,000 students in its nine faculties, three institutes and three centres located in the main campus in Kampar and in Sungai Long.

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Student Testimonials

It has been a life-changing experience for me after I enrolled into UTAR. I met many new students, local Malaysians from different states, different races and cultures and ethnic groups and it is really a unique experience for me. I have never encountered any language barrier here since almost everyone speaks fluent English. The facilities in UTAR are good. The Perak campus environment is very mesmerizing with beautiful naturalistic aspects

Yusra Nasser Ahmed Al Hamed

Yusra Nasser Ahmed Al HamedFoundation in Arts

I was approached by a staff from UTAR during an educational exhibition who provided me with brochures of UTAR programmes. I have always dreamt of living abroad and seeing that brochure made me decide to terminate my studies in Japan and pursue the Foundation in Arts at UTAR. I want to broaden my horizon and improve my English language proficiency, and Malaysia offers a cheaper alternative to most English-speaking regions. I have been in Malaysia since then and I am now a third-year student of the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) at UTAR.

Miyazaki Yuuya

Miyazaki YuuyaBachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

My uncle is living and working in Kuala Lumpur, and I was in Malaysia for holidays before making up my mind to enroll in UTAR. The scrumptious cuisine and warm hospitality of Malaysians have endeared me to this culturallydiverse country. I think living and studying here is ideal as I can enjoy the good food and learn more about the diversity of the vast country while pursuing my studies.

Tam Man Wai

Tam Man WaiBachelor of Communication(Hons)Journalism

I came across the Bachelor of Science (Hons) Construction Management offered by UTAR Perak Campus .I compared the modules integrated into the course to those of other universities, and came to realise that UTAR offers a more practical and cost-effective solution without compromising on the quality of education that I would be receiving. I decided to take a trip down to Kampar one day, and I was consumed by the spectacular beauty of UTAR Perak Campus upon arriving. It has all the features of a premier university, and I instantly knew then that the next three years of my life would be spent in this idyllic campus

Mohammad Reza Javan Amoli

Mohammad Reza Javan AmoliBachelor of Science (Hons) Construction Management

UTAR’s academic standard is high, its degrees are well recognised by the industry and yet the fees are affordable. Therefore, I decided to study here. The medium of teaching and instruction is English which is perfect for me. I am happy to study here and I plan to pursue my PhD here as well immediately after I complete my master’s degree.

Mohamed Babikir Ibrahiem Mohamed

Mohamed Babikir Ibrahiem MohamedMaster of Project Management

UTAR has an ambiance very conducive for studying. The libraries are full of resources and so spacious. The lecturers here are very helpful and academically competent. The staff and students are very friendly and they are always willing to assist me whenever I need any help or advice. I am happy studying here because UTAR provides quality education with a well structured programme of studies

Jia Shihou

Jia ShihouDoctor of Philosophy (Chinese Studies)

Lecturers here are quite dedicated and approachable. They are willing to coach us until we really understand some of the topics. I love the environment here in Perak Campus which is beautiful and conducive for studying. The campus provides first-rate facilities for students to learn and participate in extra-curricular activities. I am quite active and I enjoy the outdoor activities organised by the university.

Tahira Banuh D/O Mohd Ismail Samy

Tahira Banuh D/O Mohd Ismail SamyBachelor of Social Science (Hons) Psychology

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Why Study MBA at UTAR?

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) was officially launched on 13 August 2002 as a not-for-profit private university providing affordable quality education. It is established under the UTAR Education Foundation and registered under the Malaysian Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996.

Guided by its vision to be a global university of educational excellence, UTAR is highly reputed as one of the fastest growing private higher education institutions in the country with phenomenal growth in all aspects of its development since its inception. With the first intake of only 411 students in its Petaling Jaya campus in 2002, the University’s enrolment has now reached 26,000 students with campuses located in Kampar, Perak and Bandar Sungai Long, Selangor.

UTAR has graduated over 50,000 students since its inaugural convocation in 2005 and has made impressive strides in establishing a strong reputation as a comprehensive University with dedication to achieving excellence in teaching and research. The University currently offers more than 110 academic programmes from Foundation Studies to Bachelor's, Master’s, and PhD degrees in the fields of Accounting, Business and Economics, Actuarial Science, Mathematics and Process Management, Agriculture and Food Science, Arts, Social Sciences and Education, Creative Industries and Design, Engineering and Built Environment, Information and Communication Technology, Life and Physical Sciences, and Medicine and Health Sciences.

UTAR Kampar Campus
UTAR’s main campus in Kampar was built on a 1300-acre piece of land donated by the Perak State Government. It is located in the growing township of Bandar Barat Kampar in Perak. Strategically located off the North-South highway, Kampar Campus is 190 km from Kuala Lumpur which is slightly over two hours away from the city by car. The Campus welcomed its first intake of students in May 2007.

Flanked by picturesque mountains, dotted with scenic lakes and located within a growing township, Kampar Campus offers a conducive and serene learning environment. This Campus features modern educational facilities and provides students with access to some of the latest learning technologies and research innovations. In addition, the Campus has facilities for sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and a gymnasium. The spacious campus grounds are also ideal for jogging and cycling.

The following faculties are located in UTAR Kampar Campus:

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FAS)
  • Faculty of Business and Finance (FBF)
  • Faculty of Engineering and Green Technology (FEGT)
  • Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (FICT)
  • Faculty of Science (FSc)
  • Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS Kampar)
  • Centre for Extension Education (CEE Kampar)
  • Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS Kampar)

The construction of Phase Two of the Kampar campus was completed in mid- 2012. With the completion of Phase Two, there are now 15 buildings in this lake-view campus including a grand hall with a seating capacity of 4,000, lecture theatres, tutorial rooms, a cafeteria, and the creation of more parking spaces.

Visitors to the panoramic UTAR Kampar Campus will unmistakably catch a glimpse of the exceptionally striking grand hall erected with architectural finesse on a 12,000-square metre plot of land. This palatial hall was built to commemorate UTAR's 10th anniversary and it was named after its illustrious founder, YABhg Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik who is now the Chancellor of UTAR.

UTAR Sungai Long Campus
The Sungai Long Campus is located in Bandar Sungai Long, a main township in Kajang, Selangor. It is a purpose-built campus with surrounding facilities and services that support banking, housing, public transport, shopping and meals for the convenience of the students.

On 1 June 2015, UTAR relocated its campuses and offices from Setapak, Kuala Lumpur and Section 13 Petaling Jaya to its own campus in Sungai Long in a move to consolidate and strengthen the University’s presence in the Klang Valley. This move to Sungai Long was one of the most defining moments in UTAR’s history as the University continues its next decade of excellence in education.

The Sungai Long Campus houses the Mary KUOK Pick Hoo Library and the following faculties, centres and institutes:

  • Faculty of Accountancy and Management (FAM)
  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Science (FMHS)
  • Faculty of Creative Industries (FCI)
  • Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering and Science (LKC FES)
  • Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS)
  • Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS)
  • Centre for Extension Education (CEE)
  • Institute of Management and Leadership Development
  • Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research

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Entry Requirements

  • A Bachelor's Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.50 and above or a Bachelor's Degree with CGPA of 2.50 and above, in any discipline from UTAR; or
  • A Bachelor's Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50 or a Bachelor's Degree with CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50, in any discipline from UTAR and show evidence of at least five (5) years of relevant working experience *
  • Any other academic qualifications equivalent to 1 or 2 and from another recognized University/Institution, as approved by the Senate**
  • Five (5) years working experience means any working experience after obtaining the qualification which period shall also include practical training and any industrial attachment
  • ** UTAR welcomes applicant who do not possess entry qualification as the above. Alternatively student can apply to our programme by using APEL

Payment Plan Options

Official Course Fee: RM 22,882
Promotion Course Fee: Not Available

Instalment Plan Breakdown:

  • 1st Sem: RM 4,654
  • 2nd Sem: RM 3,645
  • 3rd Sem: RM 2,430
  • 4th Sem: RM 4,254
  • 5th Sem: RM 3,645
  • 6th Sem: RM 3,645
  • 7th Sem: RM 609
    Total: RM 22,882

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Additional information

Awarding Body

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)

Campus Location

Kajang, Selangor

Duration

29 Months

Mode of Study

Part-Time, Weekend Class

Schedule System

Semester System

Intakes

Jan, May, Oct

Class Size

10-25 Students

Lecturer

Locally, Oversea

Graduation

Conducted in Malaysia

MQA Accredited

Yes – Fully Accredited

Subjects

15 Core Subjects + 1 Elective Subjects

Assessment

60% Coursework & 40% Written Examination

EPF Withdrawal

Yes, Available

Installment Plan

Yes, Available (7 Installments)