GENERAL SYNOPSIS COURSE

PENGKLUSTERAN DAN TAMBAHAN KURSUS UMUM UNIVERSITI
Berikut merupakan kursus umum universiti yang akan dilaksanakan bagi sesi Semester 1 2011/2012.

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KENEGARAAN DAN TAMADUN


UICI 1012 - Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
UICI 2022 - Sains, Teknlogi dan Manusia
2 (Wajib KPT)
2 (Wajib Universiti)
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UHAS 1172 - Dinamika Malaysia (pelajar tempatan)

ATAU

Iv. UHAS 1162 - Arts, Custom and Beliefs (pelajar antarabangsa)

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INOVASI, KREATIVITI DAN KEUSAHAWANAN


a. Inovasi dan Kreativiti

UPPP 2002-Metodologi Pendidikan (FP)
UHAS 2122-Pemikiran Kreatif dan Kritis (FPPSM)
UXXX 2XX2-Creative & Innovative Design For Competition
UXXX 2XX2-Innovation dan Creativity
UXXX 3XX2-Innovative Design Practicefor Wealth Creation
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b. Keusahawanan

UHAS 3102-Keusahawanan dan Pembangunan Enterprise
UCSD XXXX-Informasi Teknologi Keusahawanan (Pelajar FSKSM)
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A) Komunikasi

- *ULAB 1112-English for Academic Communication
- *ULAB2112-Advanced English For Academic Communication
- **ULAB3112-English for career search
- **ULAB3122-English For Workplace communication
- **ULAB 3132-Reading for specific purposes
- **ULAB3142-Wrinting for specific purposes
- **ULAB3152- Effective oral communication Skills


- *Wajib
- **Elektif
- A-Wajib kepada semua pelajar

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B)Pembangunan Insaniah

Elektif (Pelajar dikehendaki memilih satu kursus sahaja)

UICI 3092 - Penghantar Sains Muamalat
UICI 3072-Perancangan dan Pengurusan Harta
UICI 3062-Pengurusan Kekeluargaan
UICI 3082-Biopsikososio-spiritual
UICI 3102-Falsafah Kesenian Islam
UICI 3042-Institusi-institusi Islam
UICI 3062-Sains dan Falsafah Solat
UICI 3052-Al Quran dan Ketamadun Manusia
UPPR 2002-Healthy Living
UPPR 2012-Total Fitness
UHAS 2032-Teknokrat dan Pembangunan
UHAS 2042-Sosiologi Industri
UHAS 2062-Kaunseling Industri
UHAS 2092 - Etika Profesional
UHAS 2142 - Kepimpinan Dalam Organisasi
UHAS 2132 - Komunikasi Kepengurusan
UXXX 3XX2 - Energy Security

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C) Globalisasi

Elektif (Pelajar dikehendaki memilih satu kursus sahaja)

UICI3072 - Pengantar Perbandingan Agama
UICI 3032 - Islam dan isu-isu Semasa
UKAA 2022 - Pembangunan Lestari dan Komuniti
UHAS 2162 - Pengurusan Silang Budaya
UHAS 2152 - Silang Budaya dalam Organisasi
UHAS 2112 - Hubungan Antarabangsa
ULAC 2112 - Bahasa Mandarin Asas
ULAF 2112 - Bahasa Peranchis Asas
ULAJ 2112 - Bahasa Jepun Asas
ULAM 2112 - Bahasa Melayu untuk Komunikasi (Wajib kepada pelajar antarangsa)

Pilih 1 kursus (2 kredit) daripada komponen B atau C.

(Pelajar antarabangsa wajib mengambil ULAM 2112)
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6/4 kredit untuk kesukarelawanan keseluruhan
i) 2 kredit kira dan 4 kredit dapat untuk PALAPES, Kor SUKSIS dan JPA 3 (6 Kredit)
ii) 2 kredit kira dan 4 kredit dapat untuk Kelana Siswa dan Pertolongan Cemas (6 Kredit)
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UICI 1012 TAMADUN ISLAM DAN TAMADUN ASIA (TITAS)

Kursus ini membincangkan Ilmu Ketamadunan: konsep tamadun dan ciri-ciri utamanya, interaksi antara tamadun, persamaan dan perbezaan antara tamadun; Tamadun Islam, isu dan cabaran kontemporari Tamadun Islam, dominasi Barat dan Globalisasi; Tamadun Melayu, pengaruh Tamadun Islam ke atas masyarakat Melayu, Malaysia dan cabaran kehidupan bertamadun: Kolonialisme, sekularisme, Tamadun Melayu teras pembinaan Tamadun Malaysia, kebangkitan semula Islam dan penerapannya di Malaysia; Tamadun Cina : Pandangan Semesta dan sistem Nilai dalam Tamadun Cina, peranan Tamadun Islam di Cina dan kesan interaksi antara Tamadun Cina dengan tamadun luar; Tamadun India : Pandangan Semesta dan sistem Nilai dalam Tamadun India, peranan Tamadun Islam di India dan kesan interaksi antara Tamadun India dengan tamadun luar; Isu-isu semasa dan dialog peradaban

Rujukan
1. Aziz Deraman (2003) Masyarakat dan Kebudayaan Malaysia: Suatu Analisis Perkembangan Kebudayaan di Malaysia. Edisi Baharu. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.
2. Ahmad Hakimi Khairuddin ( 2006) Arkeologi dan Sejarah Kebudayaan Melayu: Satu Tinjauan Awal, Purba 24:1¬10.
3. Ahmad Hakimi Khairuddin dan Faridah Che Husain (2006) Isu-isu Kontemporari Dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu, dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu. Siri Teks Pengajian Tinggi. Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya
4. Andaya, Barbara Watson dan Leonard Y. Andaya (2001) A History of Malaysia. Edisi Kedua. Houndmills' Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave.
5. Bellwood, Peter S.(1997) Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago. Edisi Semakan. Honolulu: University of Hawai-j Press.
6. Qi Liang, (2000). Zhongguo Wenming Shi (Sejarah Tamadun Cina),Penerbit : Huacheng Chubanshe, Guang Zhou, Zhongguo.
7. Bei Ye, (2001). Zhongguo Wenming Lun - Zhongguo Gudai Wenming De Benzhi Yu Yuanli (Bicara Tamadun Cina - Teori dan Asas Tamadun Kuno Cina), Penerbit: Zhongguo Shehui Kexue Chubanshe Beijing.
8. A. Aziz Deraman (2003) Masyarakat dan Kebudayaan Malaysia: Suatu Analisis Perkembangan Kebudayaan di Malaysia. Edisi Baharu. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.
9. Ahmad Hakimi Khairuddin ( 2006) Arkeologi dan Sejarah Kebudayaan Melayu: Satu Tinjauan Awal, Purba 24:1¬10.
10. Ahmad Hakimi Khairuddin dan Faridah Che Husain (2006) Isu-isu Kontemporari Dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu, dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu. Siri Teks Pengajian Tinggi. Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya
11. Andaya, Barbara Watson dan Leonard Y. Andaya (2001) A History of Malaysia. Edisi Kedua. Houndmills' Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave.
12. Bellwood, Peter S.(1997) Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago. Edisi Semakan. Honolulu: University of Hawai-j Press.
13. Qi Liang, (2000). Zhongguo Wenming Shi (Sejarah Tamadun Cina),Penerbit : Huacheng Chubanshe, Guang Zhou, Zhongguo.
14. Bei Ye, (2001). Zhongguo Wenming Lun - Zhongguo Gudai Wenming De Benzhi Yu Yuanli (Bicara Tamadun Cina - Teori dan Asas Tamadun Kuno Cina), Penerbit: Zhongguo Shehui Kexue Chubanshe Beijing.


ULAB 1112 ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION

This course prepares students for the skills needed to perform academic tasks such as extracting information from texts taken from different sources, producing academic assignments, listening to lectures, presenting ideas orally and exchanging views. It emphasises on various skills such as reading academic texts, identifying main ideas, making and expanding notes into coherent writing. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply the skills in an academic setting when communicating in both oral and written discourse.

References :
1. Azian Abd Aziz, Fatimah Puteh, Hafilah Zainal Abidin, Marzilah A Aziz, Masputeriah Hamzah, Mohd Faisal Hanapiah, Noor Zainab Abd Razak and Yasmin Hanafi Zaid (2005). English for Academic Communication. McGraw Hill.
2. Baker, L. R. et al. (2007). Interactions 2: Integrated Skills Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill
3. Hartmann, P. and Blass, L. (1999). Quest: reading and Writing in the Academic World: Book 3. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
4. Miller, J. L. and Cohen, R. F. (2001). Reason to Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing: Low Intermediate. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
5. Williams, J. and Evans, J. R. (2002). Getting There: Tasks for Academic Writing. Fort Worth: Harcourt.
6. Zukowsk, J. and Faust (2002). Out of the Ordinary: Refining Academic Reading Skills. UK: Thomson Learning.
7. Zukowsk, J. and Faust (2002). Steps to Academic Reading: Steps and plateaus. UK: Thomson Learning.


ULAB 2212 ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION


This subject prepares students for advanced academic communication in English with emphasis on oral communication skills. Students will be assigned projects that require them to look for and extract relevant information from various sources. In the process of completing the projects assigned, students will put into practice various skills developed in the earlier subject as well as skills in collecting data through interviews and questionnaire survey, integrating and presenting information (in oral and written form), time management and group interaction. The various oral activities such as presenting a proposal of the project, giving a briefing on the progress of the report and presenting the completed report are designed to build students' oral communication skills and confidence in expressing themselves, i.e. skills that are much needed in their studies and career.

References
1. Azar, B. S. (1981). Understanding and Using English Grammar. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
2. Comfort, J. (1995) Effective Presentations. New York: Oxford University Press.
3. Dignen, B. (1995) Down to English - English for Presentations. Malaysia: Falcon Press Sdn. Bhd.
4. Huckin, T. N & Olsen, L. A. (1991). Technical Writing and Professional Communications for Nonnative Speakers of English - International Edition. Singapore: McGraw Hill, Inc.
5. Krishnan, L. A., Rowena, J., Kathapalia, S. S. & Tam, M. K. (2003). Engineering Your Report. Singapore: Pearson Education Asia Pte. Ltd.
6. Levy, M. (1977) Presentation Tips and Technique. United Kingdom: Wyvern Crest Ltd.
7. Norazman Abdul Majid, et al. (2007). Academic Report Writing. From Research to Presentation. Malaysia : Pearson Education Asia Pte. Ltd


ULAB 3022 - ENGLISH FOR WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION


This course aims to introduce and expose students to the basic principles of communication at the work place. Students will be given the opportunities to practice effective meeting and discussion skills in formal and informal communicative events and read and write appropriate workplace related documents. Students will also be exposed to situations where they learn to function as individuals and team members and interact verbally and nonverbally with appropriate language, style and gestures.

References
1. Bovee, C. & Till, J. (2006). Business Communication Essentials (2nd edition). New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.
2. Dwywer, J. (2007). The Business Coomunication Handbook (7th edition). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Ltd.
3. Heanderson, H, (2005). Practical Business Communication. Kuala Lumpur: Golden Books Centre Sdn. Bhd.

References :

1. Azian Abd Aziz, Fatimah Puteh, Hafilah Zainal Abidin, Marzilah A Aziz, Masputeriah Hamzah, Mohd Faisal Hanapiah, Noor Zainab Abd Razak and Yasmin Hanafi Zaid (2005). English for Academic Communication. McGraw Hill.
2. Baker, L. R. et al. (2007). Interactions 2: Integrated Skills Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill
3. Hartmann, P. and Blass, L. (1999). Quest: reading and Writing in the Academic World: Book 3. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
4. Miller, J. L. and Cohen, R. F. (2001). Reason to Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing: Low Intermediate. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
5. Williams, J. and Evans, J. R. (2002). Getting There: Tasks for Academic Writing. Fort Worth: Harcourt.
6. Zukowsk, J. and Faust (2002). Out of the Ordinary: Refining Academic Reading Skills. UK: Thomson Learning.
7. Zukowsk, J. and Faust (2002). Steps to Academic Reading: Steps and plateaus. UK: Thomson Learning.


ULAB 2212 - ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION


This subject prepares students for advanced academic communication in English with emphasis on oral communication skills. Students will be assigned projects that require them to look for and extract relevant information from various sources. In the process of completing the projects assigned, students will put into practice various skills developed in the earlier subject as well as skills in collecting data through interviews and questionnaire survey, integrating and presenting information (in oral and written form), time management and group interaction. The various oral activities such as presenting a proposal of the project, giving a briefing on the progress of the report and presenting the completed report are designed to build students' oral communication skills and confidence in expressing themselves, i.e. skills that are much needed in their studies and career.

References
1. Azar, B. S. (1981). Understanding and Using English Grammar. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
2. Comfort, J. (1995) Effective Presentations. New York: Oxford University Press.
3. Dignen, B. (1995) Down to English - English for Presentations. Malaysia: Falcon Press Sdn. Bhd.
4. Huckin, T. N & Olsen, L. A. (1991). Technical Writing and Professional Communications for Nonnative Speakers of English - International Edition. Singapore: McGraw Hill, Inc.
5. Krishnan, L. A., Rowena, J., Kathapalia, S. S. & Tam, M. K. (2003). Engineering Your Report. Singapore: Pearson Education Asia Pte. Ltd.
6. Levy, M. (1977) Presentation Tips and Technique. United Kingdom: Wyvern Crest Ltd.
7. Norazman Abdul Majid, et al. (2007). Academic Report Writing. From Research to Presentation. Malaysia : Pearson Education Asia Pte. Ltd

ULAB 3022 ENGLISH FOR WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

This course aims to introduce and expose students to the basic principles of communication at the work place. Students will be given the opportunities to practice effective meeting and discussion skills in formal and informal communicative events and read and write appropriate workplace related documents. Students will also be exposed to situations where they learn to function as individuals and team members and interact verbally and nonverbally with appropriate language, style and gestures.

References

1. Bovee, C. & Till, J. (2006). Business Communication Essentials (2nd edition). New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.
2. Dwywer, J. (2007). The Business Coomunication Handbook (7th edition). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Ltd.
3. Heanderson, H, (2005). Practical Business Communication. Kuala Lumpur: Golden Books Centre Sdn. Bhd.
4. Means, T.L. (2001). Communication for the Workplace. Mason, Ohio: South-Western Education Pub.
5. Nor Azni Abdullah (2008). Communication Skills for the Workplace. Petaling Jaya: August Publishing Sdn. Bhd.
6. Searles, G. J. (2003). Workplace Communications: The Basics (2nd edition). New York: Pearson Education Inc.
7. Taylor, S. (2005). Communication for Business: Practical Approach (4th edition). Harlow, England: Pearson Education Ltd.


UHAS 1152 HUBUNGAN ETNIK

Kursus ini membincangkan tentang masyarakat, budaya dan konsep-konsep asas sosiologi dalam hubungan etnik. Kursus ini juga menjelaskan tentang perkembangan dan pembentukan masyarakat di Malaysia. Tumpuan perbincangan adalah tentang isu-isu dan cabaran yang dihadapi oleh masyarakat pelbagai etnik di Malaysia dalam usaha melahirkan masyarakat yang bersatu padu.

Rujukan
1. Kassin Thukiman, et.al. 2008. Modul Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia. Penerbit UTM, Skudai
2. Andaya, Barbara dan Leonard Y., 1983. Sejarah Malaysia KL MacMillan Publisher.
3. Cheah Boon Keng, Abu Talib Ahmad (eds.) 1990 Kolonialisme Di Malaysia Dan Negara-negara Lain, Petaling Jaya, Penerbit Fajar Bakti.
4. Gullick, J.M. 1972. Sistem Politik Bumiputera Tanah Melayu, Kuala Lumpur, DBP.
5. Rex, John, 1985. Hubungan Ras Dalam Teori Sosiologi, (terjemahan oleh A. Nazri Abdullah), Kuala Lumpur DBP.
6. S. Husin Ali (ed.), 1984. Kaum, Kelas dan Pembangunan, Kuala Lumpur, Persatuan Sains Sosial Malaysia.
7. Shamsul Amri Baharudin, 1986. From British to Bumiputera Rule, Singapore: ISEAS.
8. Ting Chew Peh, 1980. Konsep Asas Sosiologi, Kuala Lumpur, DBP.
9. Wan Hashim Wan Teh, 1983. Race Relations in Malaysia, Petaling Jaya: Heinemann Educational Books.
10. Ting Chew Peh, 1987. Hubungan Ras dan Etnik: Suatu Pengantar, KL: Pustaka Dimensi.


UHAS 2052 - KOMUNIKASI BERKESAN

Kursus ini memberi pendedahan kepada pelajar mengenai teori dan praktis berkomunikasi secara berkesan. Penekanan diberikan kepada kefahaman tentang pengertian komunikasi dan bagaimana komunikasi berlaku. Kemahiran yang diterapkan ialah kemahiran mencerap (mendengar), penggunaan mesej lisan (verbal) dan bukan lisan (non-verbal) komunikasi dan kendiri, komunikasi antara peribadi, komunikasi kumpulan kecil, komunikasi publik (perucapan dan pembentangan) dan komunikasi antara budaya.

Rujukan
1. DeVito, J. (2009). Human Communication: The Basic Course (11th ed.). Boston: Pearson
2. Hashim Fauzy Yaacob (2001). Komunikasi Antara Manusia. Skudai: Penerbit UTM
3. Beebe, S.A. & Masterson, J.T. (2006). Communicating in Small Groups: Principles and Practices. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
4. Knapp, M.L. & Vangelisti, A.I. (1992). Interpersonal Communication and Human Relationship. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
5. Orbe, M.P. & Harris, T.M. (2008). Interracial Communication: Theory into Practice. Los Angeles: Sage Publication.


UHAS 2122 - CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING

This subject is to review the concepts, theories and practices of the critical and creative thinking. Techniques on critical and creative thinking could help students to be more realistic, innovative and far-sighted in their actions. This is a kind of constructive approach to develop student's thinking to be more matured and intellect as a graduate-to-be

References
1. Ainon Mohd. & Abdullah Hassan. 2006. Berfikir Secara Logik dan Kritis. Bentong: PTS.
2. Csikszentmihalyi, M.1996. Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention. New York: Harper Perennial.
3. DeMatteis, B. 2005. From Patent to Profit. New York: Square One Publishers.
4. Jamal Badi & Mustapha Tajdin. 2004. Creative Thinking: An Islamic Perspective. Gombak: IIU.
5. Ghazli Sheikh Ramli. 2008. Purple Beach: M3IQRA System for practical creativity leading to innovation and problem solving. Kuala Lumpur: Akademi Iqra'.
6. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid. 2001. Pengenalan Pemikiran Kritis & Kreatif. Skudai. Penerbit UTM.
7. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid. 2003. Meningkatkan Daya Fikir. Kuala Lumpur: PTS Publications & Distributors Sdn. Bhd.
8. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid. 2004. Permainan Kreatif Untuk Guru dan Jurulatih. Bentong: PTS.
9. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid. 2004. Kreativiti: Teori, Konsep & Praktis. Skudai: Penerbit UTM.
10. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid. Mohd. Koharuddin Balwi & Muhamed Fauzi Othman. 2005. Reka cipta dan Inovasi Dalam Perspektif Kreativiti. Skudai. Penerbit UTM
11. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid, Mohd. Koharuddin Balwi, Muhamed Fauzi Othman & Zulkifli Khair. 2009. Hadiah Nobel dan Kreativiti Sains. Skudai: Penerbit UTM.
12. Mohd. Azhar Abd. Hamid, Zulkifli Khair & Ida Idayu Muhamad. 2008. Horizon R&D: Kreativiti Pencetus Inovasi. Shah Alam: UPENA (Penerbit UiTM).
13. Ruggiero, V.R. 2007. The Art of Thinking: A Guide to Critical and Creative Thought. New York: Pearson Education.
14. Simonton, D.K. 2004. Creativity In Science. New York: Cambridge University Press.


UHAS 3102 - ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

This course introduces the concepts and principles of entrepreneurship and the process of starting a business venture. A three-stage approach is used to achieve the course learning outcome: (a) understanding the individual characteristics of an entrepreneur, (b) analysing business opportunities and forming an entrepreneurial venture, and (c) developing a business plan for the venture. During the first stage, students will be exposed to the concepts and principles of entrepreneurship and individual characteristics and the required skills to successfully manage business ventures. After that, they will be introduced to techniques and tools to analyse and assess business ideas and the procedures to set up business ventures in Malaysia. Finally, they will be guided through every stages of the business plan development using their business ideas as case study. In addition to guided T&L, students will also be exposed to real life entrepreneurial activities through entrepreneurship carnivals containing talks by successful entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial workshops and entrepreneurial activities.

References
1. Kamariah et al (2009). Technology Entrepreneurship. Pearson Prentice Hall Malaysia.
2. UiTM Entrepreneurship Study Group, (2004). Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship. Pearson Prentice Hall Malaysia.
3. Ab Aziz Yusof, Perumal, S., Faizuniah Pangil (2005). Principles of Entrepreneurship. Pearson Prentice Hall Malaysia
4. Barringer, B.R, and Ireland, R.D. (2006). Entrepreneurship. Pearson Prentice Hall USA.
5. Lambing, P.A. and Kuehl, S.R. (2007). Entrepreneurship. 4th Ed. Pearson Prentice Hall USA.
6. Zimmerer, T.W. and Scarborough, N.M. (200). Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. 4th .ed. Pearson Educational International
7. Mohd Khairuddin Hashim, (2007). SMEs in Malaysia: A Brief Handbook. Augus Publishing, Malaysia.
8. Small Business Planning & Information Books from the Entrepreneur's Guidebook Series http://www.smbtn.com/businessplanguides/

UKQU 1011 PALAPES

Kursus ini mendedahkan kepada pegawai kadet mengenai peperangan konvensional (CW) iaitu aplikasi fasa serangan dan mara. Pelajaran taktik (ilmu medan perang), latihan kawad, senjata dan baca peta lanjutan dari peringkat I.

Rujukan
1. Armed Forces Staff Manual T 101.
2. Falsafah Latihan Individu dan Frofil Anggota Tentera Darat MD 7.1A TD.
3. Buku Panduan Peperangan Darat Bahagian 2 (Infantri) Kod T. 3245.

UKQU 1031 KELANA SISWA

Kursus ini merupakan latihan-latihan praktikal berdasarkan skim baru, Skim Latihan Modular Pengakap Kelana dan skim lama, Skim Latihan Linear Pengakap Kelana, Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia. Latihan dalam skim-skim ini memberikan pendedahan kepada aktiviti I individu dan kumpulan dalam pembinaan diri, membangunkan keupayaan diri, penjanaan keyakinan diri, menguasai bakat kepimpinan, semangat setiakawan, jati diri, pengukuhan disiplin, penerapan nilai kemasyarakatan dan membina semangat patriotic untuk menghayati nilai perpaduan dan kewarganegaraan

Rujukan
1. Manual Latihan PPM (2006) "Kursus Kepimpinan Manikayu 1" Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia.
2. Manual Latihan PPM (2006) "Kursus Kepimpinan Manikayu 2" Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia.
3. Bahagian Latihan PPM (2005) "Manual Latihan Pemimpin Unit Skim Baru" Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia
4. Bahagian Latihan PPM (2004) "Peraturan Pertubuhan Dan Skim Latihan Pemimpin Pengakap Kelana" Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia
5. Robert Baden Powel terjemahan oleh Dato' Syed Hashim Abdullah (1993) "Ilmu Pengakap Budak-Budak" Edusys Sdn Bhd

UICI 1012 - ISLAMIC AND ASIAN CIVILIZATION

The course familiarizes students with the Islamic and Asian Civilization. It discusses on the science of civilization that embraces an introductory to the science of civilization, the interactions of various civilizations (Malay, China and India) Islamic Civilization contemporary issues on the Islamic and Asia Civilization, Islam in Malay Civilization and its role in establishing the Malaysian civilization. At the end of the course, student will be extensively exposed to the history, principles, value and fundamental aspects of the civilizational studies in Malaysia as well as to strengthen the integrity of Malaysian as citizen of a multi-racial country which has a high tolerance towards others. Throughout the learning process, some aspects of generis skills namely team working, communication skills and ethics will be emphasized.

UICI 2042 - ISLAMIC INSTITUTIONS

The course exposes students to the comprehensiveness of Islam via its distinctive institutions. It discusses on various institutions including family, social, education, economics, legislative and jurisdiction, enforcement and politics. The discussion will be focused on the concepts of family: Its internalizing and implementation, the concept of society and the social responsibility, Islamic philosophy and educational system,concepts of Islamic economics, insurance and banking, the concept and characteristics of law and legislation, the position of Islamic law in the Malaysian constitution, witness, allegation, evidence and demonstration, wilayah al-qadha’, wilayah al-Hisbah and al-Mazalim, and the concepts of Islamic politics and its dominion. At the end of the course, students are able to understand the concepts and the roles of various Islamic institutions which can be an alternative solution to overcome the problem of Ummah. Students are also able to work in team and equipped with communication and problem solving skills.


UICI 2032 - ISLAM AND CURRENT ISSUES

The course acquaints student with various topics on current issues and the Islamic approaches to overcome the problems and the challenges. The topic comprise discussions on globalization, clash of Eastern and Western civilizations, moral decadency, ethical issues in science and technology, economic issues, development and environmental issues, postmodernism, governance and administration, issues that challenge the credibility of Islam, as well as fundamentalism and extremism. issues pertaining to the ethic relations and ethnic chauvinism and the current challenges of Muslim people will also be discussed. At the end of the course, student will be able to explain the Islamic views pertaining to current issues and able to provide answers and alternatives to the problems by referring to the Islamic principles. They are also able to work in team and equip themselves with communication and problem solving skills.


UICI 2022 - SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MANKIND


This course discusses the philosophy of knowledge in terms of its definitions, concepts, theories, history, culture, knowledge, and transfer of knowledge. It is also discussed about the science in terms of its concepts, history, cosmology, and Islamic view of learning science, methodology of Islamic science, the comparisons between Islamic science and Western science, as well as modern science and the divine. Next discussion is about technology in terms of its concepts, historical development, solutions to technology issues, as well as technology and divinity. This course also discussed about the human; the concept and theory, the creation of man, the human role, the stages of human life, the glory factors, ethics, values, and purpose of human creation.
P/S : Subjek UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia akan bermula pada semester II sebagai subjek umum universiti.


UICI 1012 - TAMADUN ISLAM DAN TAMADUN ASIA (TITAS)


Kursus ini memperkenalkan pelajar kepada Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia. Ia membincangkan tentang ilmu ketamadunan yang mencakupi pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan; interaksi antara pelbagai tamadun (Melayu, Cina dan India); Islam dalam tamadun Melayu serta peranannya dalam pembinaan tamadun Malaysia; Islam dalam tamadun Melayu; isu-isu komtemporari tamadun Islam dan tamadun Asia. Di akhir kursus ini pelajar akan dapat pendedahan yang komprehensif mengenai sejarah, prinsip, nilai dan aspek utama pengajian ketamadunan di Malaysia dan memperkukuhkan jati diri bangsa Malaysia dan bertoleransi. Pelajar juga berkemampuan bekerja dalam kumpulan, memiliki kemahiran menyelesaikan masalah dan kemahiran berkomunikasi yang berkesan.

UICI 2042 - INSTITUSI-INSTITUSI ISLAM

Kursus ini mendedahkan pelajar kepada kesyumulan Islam melalui keunggulan institusi-institusinya. Ia membincangkan institui-institusi keluarga, sosial , pendidikan, ekonomi, perundangan, kehakiman, pengkuatkuasaan dan politik dalam Islam. Perbincangan difokuskan kepada konsep kekeluargaan, penghayatan dan pelaksanaannya; konsep sosial dan tanggungjawab masyarakat; falsafah dan sistem pendidikan Islam; konsep ekonomi Islam, perbankan dan insuran; konsep dan ciri-ciri perundangan, kedudukan perundangan Islam dalam perlembagaan Malaysia; persaksian, pendakwaan, pembuktian dan keterangan; wilayah al-Qadha’, wilayah al-Hisbah dan al-Mazalim; konsep politik dan bidang kuasanya. Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat memahami konsep dan fungsi institusi Islam dalam kehidupan muslim sebagai alternatif bagi menyelesaikan masalah ummah. Pelajar juga berkemampuan bekerja dalam kumpulan, memiliki kemahiran menyelesaikan masalah dan kemahiran berkomunikasi yang berkesan.


UICI 2032 - ISLAM DAN ISU-ISU SEMASA


Kursus ini memperkenalkan pelajar kepada pelbagai isu semasa dan cara penyelesaiannya menurut Islam. Ia membincangkan tentang Isu-isu Globalisasi dan Pertembungan Peradaban Timur dan Barat; Gejala-gejala Dkadensi Moral, faktor-faktor dan penyelesaiannya; Isu-isu Etika dalam Sains dan Teknologi; Isu-isu Ekonomi, Pembangunan dan Alam Sekitar, Isu-isu Pemikiran Pasca Modernisme, Isu-isu Pemerintahan dan Pentadbiran; Isu-isu yang Mencabar Kewibawaan Islam serta Isu-Isu Fundamentalisme dan Ekstrimisme. Isu-isu hubungan etnik dan Chauvinisme Ras serta cabaran-cabaran semasa masyarakat Islam turut dibincangkan. Di akhir kursus ini pelajar dapat menghuraikan prinsip-prinsip Ilsam terhadap isu-isu semasa, mengemukakan alternatif dan jalan penyelesaian terhadap persoalan-persoalan-persoalan semasa berdasarkan prinsip-prinsip dan kaedah Islam. Pelajar juga berkemampuan bekerja dalam kumpulan, menyelesaikan masalah dan memiliki kemahiran berkomunikasi yang berkesan.

UICI 2022 - SAINS, TEKNOLOGI DAN MANUSIA

Kursus ini membincangkan falsafah ilmu dari aspek definisi, konsep, teori, sejarah perkembangan, budaya ilmu, dan perpindahan ilmu. Dibincangkan juga sains dari sudut konsep, sejarah perkembangan, kosmologi, pandangan Islam terhadap pengajian ilmu sains, metodologi dalam sains Islam, perbandingan antara sains Islam dan sains Barat serta sains moden dan ketuhanan. Perbincangan seterusnya adalah mengenai teknologi dari sudut konsep, sejarah perkembangan, penyelesaian terhadap isu teknologi, teknologi dan ketuhanan. Turut dibahaskan adalah mengenai manusia; konsep dan teori, proses penciptaan manusia, peringkat kehidupan manusia, peranan, faktor kemuliaan, etika, nilai, dan matlamat penciptaan manusia.


P/S : Subjek UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia akan bermula pada semester II sebagai subjek umum universiti.

 


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