Electives


EXTERNAL FACULTY ELECTIVES COURSES


The offer and capacity for External Faculty Elective Courses in every semester are subject to the availability of courses offered by the respective academy/faculty/centre. The total credit hours for External Faculty Elective Course required vary from faculty/program undertaken by the student.

(Kindly refer to the guidebook of the respective academy/faculty/centre)

Centre for the Initiation of Talent & Industrial Training (CITra) offers the following External Faculty Elective Courses:


1. GIX 1001 – Indigenous Society and Current Issues (2 credits)

The indigenous society in Malaysia is a part of multi-cultural society. In line wih the development of the country, the indigenous society is increasingly faced with challenges.  Thus, this course aims to increase the level of student’s awareness of the needs, problems and dilemmas affecting indigenous society in the modern world.  The course bring together several disciplines.


2. GIX 1002  – Youth Development (2 credits)

This course will discuss the basic concepts and philosophies of youth development. This course will also expose the students to their roles and responsibilities as partners in development. A variety of contemporary issues which relates to youth development and the society will also be discussed.


3. GIX 1003 – Introduction to Peace and Humanities (2 credits

This course discussess the basic concepts of peace and the sociological theories related to peace and humanity. This course also exposes the students to the responsibility of men towards the environment and their responsibilities towards the society. In the practical aspect, this course provides opportunity for fellows students to organise activities/projects which are related to peace and humanities besides giving them opportunities to work in groups to discuss and analyse current issues which are related to peace and humanities, both locally and globally. All discussions and field work, experiences will be presented and evaluated based on the students creavity, proffessionalism, communication skills and their leadership skills.


4. 
GIX 2001 – Army ROTU Level 2 (3 credits)

The aim of the course is to increase the knowledge in Malaysian history on defence and security.  It also explains the history of PALAPES establishment i.e. as the Reserve Officer Training Unit, towards producing reserve officers of the Malaysian Armed Forces from university graduates in the spirit of supporting to safeguard the country in times of conflicts. This course also aims to provide intermediate knowledge and skills in military regarding weapon handling, warfare.


5. 
GIX 3001 – Army ROTU Level 3 (3 credits

The aim of the course is to serve as an extension to the course GIX 2001 Army ROTU Level 2.  It aims to increase knowledge in Malaysian history on defence and security which includes the roles of the Reserve Unit as the national second line defence. This course also aims to provide application of knowledge and skills in military regarding weapon handling, tactics, drill, map reading and conventional war.


6. GIX 2002  – Navy ROTU Level 2 (3 credits)

The aim of the course is to increase the knowledge on the history on defence and security in Malaysia.  It also explains the history of PALAPES establishment i.e. as the Reserve Officer Training Unit, towards producing reserve officers of the Malaysian Armed Forces from university graduates in the spirit of supporting to safeguard the country in time of conflicts. This course also aims to provide intermediate knowledge and skills in military regarding communication, drill, navigation and weapon.


7. GIX 3002 – Navy ROTU Level 3 (3 credits

The aim of the course is to serve as an extension to the Course GIX 2002 Navy ROTU Level 2.  It aims to increase the knowledge on the history of defence and security in Malaysia which includes the roles of the Reserve Unit as the national second line defence. This course also will expose students to the application of the advance knowledge and skills of navy regarding communication, parade, navigation and weapons.


8. GIX 2003 – SUKSIS Level 2 (3 credits

The aim of the course is to increase the knowledge in Malaysian history on police system and the history of SUKSIS establishment. At the same time, this course also provide intermediate knowledge PDRM regarding weapon handling, field knowledge, drill and map reading.


9. 
GIX 3003  – SUKSIS Level 3 (3 credits)

This course is an extension of the GIX 2003 SUKSIS Level 2 course where more knowledge about Malaysian police history will be given to students. At the same time, this course also provide advanced knowledge on police PDRM regarding weapon handling, field knowledge, drill, Police Reporting System (PRS) and demonstrate the actual task of police force personel.

 

Last Update: December 12, 2017