This course is designed to provide an understanding of the port system and the introduction to the components that are involved in operations in the port. It gives a full understanding about the interaction of the system with ‘inland’ components and their adjacent market. Priority will be given to the ability to change of port system in line with the dynamics of international trade.
Malaysia tourism industry has made a significant contribution to the nation's economy for the past decades. Tourist arrivals, tourism event, and destination attraction continually growth to serve the market domestic and international to meet the current and future demand. The government has made continuous effort to promote and preserve the nature and culture of Malaysia as an image of Malaysia tourism industry.
Environmental management is a broad discipline devoted to understanding human-environment interactions and application of science to solve problem. This course introduces the general concepts of environmental management, the principles of ecology and environmental components which are related. It also discusses the concept of sustainable development in relation to the environment and examines the systems and patterns of specific environmental management in national scale. The course also discusses various forms of national environmental policies and international implemented by government to achieve sustainable development.
Analysis of theories, principles, techniques and basic tools of management with a focus on management activities related to the field or function for a business and non-business organization. Emphasis will also be given towards a systematic approach.