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Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Food Studies Management

KP No: 
JPT/BPP(N/811/6/0333)11/21
Introduction
The degree in Food Studies will explore subjects ranging from food supplies and food marketing to global food security and public health issues like obesity and malnutrition. Partnerships with relevant organizations (Quick Service restaurants, QSR) will enable the students to supplement the classroom learning with hands-on experience. Food studies will help students discover how the individual, the
community, and society relate to food in a global context and will be introduced to technical terms, and vocabulary used in the specialized field of study and research. Food studies focus on the fun and positive aspects of gastronomy and culinary systems but are also meant to offer the means for solving some of the greatest challenges the society faces today in terms of food growing and manufacturing, nutrition and public health.
Duration of Study

3 years

Intake Periods
January 
March
May 
July
October
Entry Requirements
STPM  2Cs (NGMP 2.00)
UEC 5Bs
Foundation / Matriculation Minimum CGPA 2.00
Diploma (MQF Level 4) Minimum CGPA 2.00
AUSMAT / SAM / SACEI  / HSC Minimum 50% in 5 subjects
CPU / CIMP Minimum 50% in 5 subjects
IB UK 24 points in 6 subjects
 

For other qualifications, please consult our programme counsellors.
*English requirements may apply to International Students.

 

 

 

FOUNDATIONAL  
  • Study Skills
  • Business Communication
  • Introduction to Management Accounting
 
CORE  

Basic Hospitality

  • Fundamentals of Food
  • Food Safety and Sanitation
  • Food and Beverage Service I (P)
  • Food Production I (P)
  • Food and Beverage Service II (P)
  • Food Production II (P)
  • Hospitality Service Marketing
  • Hospitality Law

Major Food Study

  • Food and Culture
  • On-Site Foodservice Management
  • Purchasing and Cost Control for Food and Catering
  • Kitchen Design and Layout
  • Menu Development and Merchandising
  • Nutrition for Food and Health
  • Experimental of Food (P)
  • Consumer Behaviour in Hospitality and Catering Business
  • Food Labelling, Packaging and Visual Merchandising
  • Hospitality Strategic Management
  • Retail Food and Catering Operations (P)
  • Research Methodology in Hospitalitys
  • Retail Management for Food and Catering
  • Revenue and Profit Management for Hospitality and Tourism
  • Hospitality Organisational Behaviour
  • Food Development (Summative) (P)
  • Issues In International Hospitality And Tourism Management

Languages

  • Introduction To French
 
CAPSTONE  
  • Food Studies Project Paper
 
MATA PELAJARAN UMUM  

MPU1A*

  • Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia OR Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2

MPU1B*

  • Hubungan Etnik OR Pengajian Malaysia 3 (Malaysian Studies 3)

MPU2A

  • Graduate Preparatory Course
  • Personal Branding

MPU2B-D (Choose 3 University Courses from Cat. B-F)

B
  • Entrepreneurship
C
  • Public Speaking
  • Introduction To Theatre And Acting
D
  • Critical Thinking
  • Professional Development
  • Dale Carnegie Skills For Success
E
  • General Anthropology
  • General Philosophy
  • General Psychology
  • General Sociology
F
  • Introduction To Golf
  • Outward Bound

MPU3 (Category A University Course)

  • Ethics and Social Responsibility

MPU4

  • Co-Curriculum
 
INTERNSHIP  
  • Internship Placement
 
MALAY LANGUAGE
(only for Malaysian students without a credit in SPM BM)
 
  • Bahasa Kebangsaan A
 
FREE ELECTIVES  
  • English Language Proficiency
  • Introduction to Academic English
  • Academic English
 

* Students who have completed the Graduate Preparatory Course at the diploma level are not required to take this course again, but are required to take an additional University Course to ensure that a total of four (4) MPU2 courses are taken.

* Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia and Hubungan Etnik are meant to be for local students while Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 and Pengajian Malaysia 3 are for international students.

Δ Entry from Diploma into the Degree is subject to meeting programme & relevant entry requirements.