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Duration of Study

Entry Requirements

The Bachelor Degree takes 5 academic years (15 semesters) while the Diploma takes 4 academic years (12 semesters) to complete. With credit transfer, students may be able to complete their studies in a shorter period.

Financial Sources • National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) • Employee’s Provident Fund (EPF), Account 2 • Study Loan from commercial banks • Easy and Flexible Installment Scheme (0% Interest Rate)

Application Application is open throughout the year for all programmes. However, intakes are on a semester basis in January, May and September. Application Procedures 1) Complete the OUM application form (Application form can be obtained from OUM website) 2) Enclose the following: • Processing fees of RM25 in the form of bank draft or postal order made payable to UNITEM Sdn Bhd (RM15 for online application) • 2 sets of certified IC copies, all academic certificates and transcripts • 1 RM0.30 stamp 3) Applicants are encouraged to apply online @ www.oum.edu.my

Bachelor (Hons) Education (Educational Administration) • Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysian Certificate of Education) with 2 credits AND • Passed Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (Higher School Certificate) OR equivalent with 2 principles in any subjects OR • Passed Diploma which is MQA recognized OR • Passed Matriculation Certificate OR • Open Entry Bachelor (Hons) Education (TESL) • Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysia Certificate of Education) /MCE/SPMV/SPVM OR equivalent with 2 credits AND • Passed Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (Higher School Certificate) OR equivalent with 2 principles in any subjects OR • Passed Diploma which is MQA recognized OR • Passed Matriculation Certificate OR • Passed Polytechnic Certificate OR • Possesses Teaching Diploma / Certificate from Teacher’s Training College OR • Other qualifications that are recognized by the Malaysia Government OR • Open Entry Bachelor (Hons) English Studies • Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysian Certificate of Education)/ MCE/SPMV/SPVM OR equivalent with 2 credits AND • Passed Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (Higher School Certificate) OR equivalent with 2 principles in any subjects OR • Passed Diploma which is MQA recognized OR • Passed Matriculation Certificate OR • Passed Polytechnic Certificate OR • Possesses Teaching Diploma / Certificate from Teacher’s Training College OR • 5 years related work experience OR • Open Entry Open Entry • Must have LCE/PMR/SRP and 21 years old on 1st January of year applied Diploma in Early Childhood Education • Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysian Certificate of Education) with credit in any three (3) subjects.

Faculty of Education & Languages Open University Malaysia Jalan Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur ) 603-2773 2002 603-2697 8852 enquiries@oum.edu.my

www.oum.edu.my Learning Centres:

• KEDAH 04-441 8582 • PERAK 05-254 6006 • P. PINANG 04-390 2006 • N. SEMBILAN 06-761 1003

• JOHOR 07-221 2006 • PAHANG 09-572 3777 • SABAH 088-712 652 • MELAKA 06-292 1852 • KELANTAN 09-741 8606 • SARAWAK 082-458 602

Bachelor (Hons) Education (Educational Administration) (BEEA) KPT/JPS (KA4386) 10/09 Bachelor (Hons) Education (TESL) (BETESL) KPT/JPS (A1072) 9/09 Bachelor (Hons) English Studies (BES) KPT/JPS (K9470) 5/14 Diploma in Early Childhood Education (DECE) KPT/JPS (KA6959) 7/11


OUM LEARNING METHODOLOGY

Learners choose the nearest location as their learning centres and the number of subjects per semester. We offer a flexible blended mode of learning.

SELF-MANAGED LEARNING

Where learners study independently according to their time availability.

Established on August 10, 2000 Open University Malaysia (OUM) is the seventh private university in Malaysia. OUM leverages on the quality, prestige and capabilities of its owners - a consortium of the 11 Malaysian public universities. Striving on its motto of a “University For All” OUM subscribes to the philosophy that education should be made available to all, regardless of time, place and age.

ON-LINE LEARNING

Electronic communication tools such as e-mail, bulletin board and chat rooms are provided to facilitate interaction among learners, tutors and facilitators.

FACE-TO-FACE INTERACTION

Face-to-face tutorial sessions are conducted at Learning Centres during weekends or after office hours.

Why study with us?

OUM programmes are designed by experts from the industry, academia and professional bodies and are approved by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), formerly known as National Accreditation Board (LAN).

Accessibility

Available anytime, anywhere and to anyone.

Flexibility

Advantage of completing your study at your own pace.

Affordability

Reasonable fees payable by instalments. 10% discount upon full payment of semester course / tuition fees. 75% special fee reduction* scheme for physically disadvantaged and senior citizens. *Subject to terms and conditions

Bachelor (Hons) Education (Educational Administration)

Bachelor (Hons) Education (TESL)

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Bachelor (Hons) English Studies

Core Courses • Information Technology and Applications • Introduction to Multimedia Technology • Sociology & Philosophy of Education in Malaysia • Physical & Health Education • Co-curriculum Education • Educational Psychology • Guidance & Counselling • Principle of Educational Technology • School-based Research • Theories & Foundation of Educational Administration • Educational Planning • Curriculum Management • Learning and Instruction • Observation & Monitoring • School Leadership • Human Resource Management • Students’ Affairs Management • Conflict Management in Students’ Administration • Measurement & Evaluation Management • Communication Management in Educational Organisations • Education Acts & Reports • School Financial Management • Resource Centre Management • Public Relations Management • Academic Excellence & Co-curriculum Management • Innovation & Creativity Management in Education • Change Management in Schools

Core Courses • Sociology & Philosophy of Education in Malaysia • Physical & Sport Education • Co-curriculum & Health Education • Educational Psychology • Guidance & Counselling • Principles of Instructional Technology • School Based Research • Introduction to General Linguistics • English Phonetics & Phonology • Psycholinguistics in Language Teaching • Sociolinguistics in Language Teaching • Foundations for TESL Methodology • Grammar in an ESL Context • Teaching of Grammar in an ESL Context • Writing in an ESL Context • Teaching of Writing in an ESL Context • Communication Skills for ESL Teachers • Reading in an ESL Context • Teaching of Reading in an ESL Context • Speaking and Listening in an ESL Context • Teaching of Speaking and Listening in an ESL Context • Teaching of English in an ESL Context • Teaching of Literature in an ESL Context • Introduction to Drama & Poetry

Elective Courses • Teaching of Literature in Primary Schools • Teaching of Mathematics in Primary Schools • Teaching of Science in Primary Schools

Elective Courses • Introduction to Multimedia Technology • Programming & Multimedia Application

Core Courses • Development in Early Childhood Education (ECE) • Development and Learning in ECE • Cooperation of Family and Community • Observation and Assessments in ECE • Management and Administration in ECE • Principles of Teaching and Learning in ECE • Planning and Teaching of Language and Communication • Information Technology and Applications • Cognitive Planning and Teaching • Planning and Teaching Children Arts and Creativity • Affective Planning and Teaching • Health, Safety and Nutrition in ECE • Curriculum Development: Malaysian Perspective • Entrepreneurship in ECE • Music Planning and Teaching • Visual Arts Education

Core Courses • Introduction to General Linguistics • English Across Time and Space • English Grammar • Phonetics and Phonology • Introduction to Business Communication • Introduction to Media and Culture • Introduction to Novels and Short Stories • Introduction to Drama and Poetry • Sociolinguistics • Psycholinguistics • Language and Literature: Texts and Contexts • Basic Journalism • Communication Theory • Language Policy and Planning • Management Communication • Critical and Cultural Theory • Southeast Asian Cultural Production • Children’s Literature • Postcolonial Studies • Contemporary Fiction and Film • Professional Writing I: Core Competencies • Professional Writing II: Writing Across Fields • Honors Graduation Exercise • Advanced Reading and Writing: Elements of Style • Advanced Reading and Writing: Argument and Persuasion • Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum • Listening and Speaking at Tertiary Level 1 • Listening and Speaking at Tertiary Level 2 • Critical Writing • Critical Reading

(All information correct as of January 2009)


Undergraduate - Faculty of Education & Language