Bachelor of Maritime Operations (Hons.)


The Bachelor of Maritime Operations (Hons) programme would allow Universiti Kuala Lumpur Kampus Cawangan Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UniKL-MIMET) as a specialist institute for the maritime sector to achieve the objective of producing graduates to venture into the non-engineering areas of the maritime industry. In this respect, courses offered in the Bachelor of Maritime Operations (Hons) programme are grouped into five sub-areas namely Maritime and Transport Operations, Business Management, Freight Logistics, Maritime Law and Insurance as well as Marine Science and Technology. This will enable the various learning outcomes expected from the programme to be successfully achieved.

Entry Requirements

  • Pass STPM or equivalent with a minimum
  • a) Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in 3 subjects; or
    b) Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in 2 subjects and a minimum grade of D (CGPA 1.00) in any two subjects OR
  • Passed Diploma (Level 4, MQF) in the relevant field recognized or equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00
  • OR
  • Pass the Matriculation/ Preparatory Programme recognized in the relevant field or equivalent with a minimum CGPA 2.00
  • OR
  • Pass the Foundation in Science and Technology / Foundation in Science from UniKL with minimum CGPA of 2.00
  • OR
  • Pass Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) with at least Jayyid and pass SPM or equivalent with at least a credit in 2 subjects and pass in English
  • * Example: For applications for entry in 2015, graduated in 2014 or 2013 STAM
  • Pass A-Level with a pass in any two subjects and pass SPM or equivalent with at least a pass in English

  • For International Student, Score TOEFL 500 or IELTS Band 5 or equivalent.

Program Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate an understanding of how communication shapes patterns of social interaction, the expression of cultural values and norms, political practices and relations of power, and our positions as local and global citizens.

Be able to use a variety of methodological tools to analyze interpersonal, intercultural, and rhetorical discourse that structures everyday interactions in both our public and private lives.

Demonstrate an understanding of the possibilities, problems, and history of discourse and deliberation in democracy and will be prepared to use their knowledge to work for a just and more humane world.


Semester 1 Credits Number
Rhetoric & the Public Sphere 4 ESTU 203
Communication & Everyday Life 2 ESTU 340
Critical & Rhetorical Methods 4 ESTU 657
Semester 2 Credits Number
Relational Communication 4 ESTU 768
Public Relations Campaigns 4 ESTU 432
Rhetoric of Social Movements 2 ESTU 873

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