Duration of Study
3 Years
Intakes Period
Jan, Jun, Sep
Certified by
MQA (Ref. No: MQA/PSA9678)
Campus
Putrajaya
Introduction
Entry Requirements
Programme Structure
Career Prospect

Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons)
N/314/6/0056

+ THIS IS BEST FOR

Student who has completed Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM), A-Level, Matriculation, Foundation, Diploma, UEC, International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB), HND(UK) Diploma, SAME/WACE/AUSMAT or other equivalent qualifications recognised by Government of Malaysia. Keen interest in Economics field of study. May complete education at Bachelor level to become professional or entrepreneurs, or may pursue in related Postgraduate programmes.


+ PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

Mode of Study : Full Time (Yes) | Part Time (No)

This syllabus has been designed to meet the requirements of professional bodies and industries while giving students the competitive edge. Emphasis is on the application of knowledge through teamwork, case studies, simulations and real life projects.

 

UNITEN is the pioneer for the education of now and the future that suits the demand of the world market workforce like Economics (Energy) - among the first in Malaysia and the world which offers a strong understanding in economics and energy.

The Department of Energy Business offers the Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons.) degree program. This degree program is introduced to equip students with a strong knowledge in economics and energy that suits the demand of the market workforce. The program is designed to expose students to the specific aspects in economics discipline and energy sector. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to have a firm and thorough understanding of the principles and roles of economics in the energy sector to be applied in the business and corporate environment. The courses offered are being specifically structured to equip students with strong theoretical and practical knowledge in economics and energy before they can embark on to the real world of energy service sectors or pursue their studies.

This Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons) programme can be completed in 3 years.


+ ACCREDITED, APPROVED & RECOGNISED BY

Accredited by:
01. Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA)
02. Malaysian Qualifications Register (MQR) - National register for accredited programmes.


Please scan for Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) certification of this programme.

Approved & Licensed by:
01. Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia

Recognised by:
01. Public Service Department (JPA), Malaysia


+ CAREER PROSPECT

Range of Monthly Salary (from fresh to senior position):
RM2,000 – RM25,000
Source: Jobstreet Salary Report and Kelly Services (Malaysia) Salary Guide.

Employability Rate (within 6 months of Graduation):
94.0% Employed | 6.0% Job Creators / Further Study
Source: Ministry of Education Malaysia’s Graduate Tracer Study.


+ CAMPUS INTAKE

This programme is delivered at the Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN), Putrajaya Campus.


+ FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS

UNITEN practices transparent fee policy. Refer our fees below for your reference.

Fees for Malaysian Students:
Tuition Fees: RM54,000 per programme.
Other Fees:

  • Full Registration + Miscellaneous Fee: RM1,348 one-time payment
  • Medical Insurance: RM88/year
  • Resource Fee (Library, Student Activity & Service): RM780 twice a year
  • Accommodation: RM250 one-time advanced payment
  • Monthly Fee for Accommodation: Starting from RM270/month.


Fees for International Students:
Tuition Fees: USD14,250 (RM57,000) per programme.
Other Fees:

  • VISA & Application Fee: USD787.50 (RM3,150) one-time payment
  • Full Registration + Miscellaneous Fee: USD1,650 (RM6,600) one-time payment
  • Medical Insurance: USD37.50 (RM150)/year
  • Resource Fee (Library, Student Activity & Service): USD390 (RM780) twice a year
  • Accommodation: USD62.50 (RM250) one-time advanced payment
  • Monthly Fee for Accommodation: Starting from USD67.50 (RM270)/month.

and if the international student (for Bachelor) does not fulfill the English language requirement such as minimum score for IELTS or TOEFL, there will be additional fees of:

  • Intensive English Programme (IEP) : USD1,400 (RM5,600)/semester.


Flexible payment options are available, where student may:

  • pay full in advance, or
  • by monthly installments, or
  • pay full 2 weeks before the semester's final examination.


Terms & conditions apply.

Download the complete UNITEN Fees Table here.
There are also list of scholarships and financial aids here.

Notes: Subject to terms and conditions. All fees are calculated in Malaysian Ringgit (RM). Fees indicated in USD here are for reference only with basis of USD1=RM4. Other optional fees include electricity, parking, and some student facilities within UNITEN.

Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons)
N/314/6/0056

+ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For Malaysian Students:

  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM)
    A pass in STPM or its equivalent, with a minimum Grade C in any 2 subjects, and Pass SPM with Credits in Bahasa Melayu and Pass in Mathematics and Bahasa Inggeris at SPM level. 

  • Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM)
    Pass STAM with a minimum grade of Jayyid (taken within 2 years prior to application); and Credit in Bahasa Melayu and Pass in Mathematics and Bahasa Inggeris in SPM Level. 

  • A-Level
    Pass A-Level with a minimum of 2.00 or Grade C in 2 subjects and Pass. 

  • Matriculation
    A pass in Matriculation qualification or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and Pass SPM with Credit in Bahasa Melayu in SPM Level.

  • Foundation
    A pass in Foundation qualification or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.00, and credits in Bahasa Melayu in SPM Level.

  • Diploma
    Pass Diploma with a minimum CGPA of 2.00, and credits in Bahasa Melayu in SPM level.

  • UEC (Unified Examination Certificate)
    A pass in UEC with a minimum Grade B in any 5 subjects.

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB)
    A pass in IB with minimum of 30 points

  • HND(UK) Diploma
    Pass HND in related field with minimum CGPA 2.00.

  • SAME/WACE/AUSMAT
    Pass South Australian Matriculation (SAM) and South Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) with 70%, or South Australia Certificate of Education (SACE) and Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) with Band 2 in 2 subjects.

  • Others
    Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Government of Malaysia.


For International Students: Refer Entry Requirements - International

+ ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS

For Malaysian Students:

Malaysian students may enrol without MUET. However, students are required to complete MUET during duration of study (before graduation). IELTS (5.0 and above) or TOEFL (500 and above) or TOEFL Internet Based Test (42 and above) is also accepted.

  • MUET – Malaysia University English Test
    Achieve Band 1 and above


For International Students:

International students are required to have one of the English proficiency score stated below to enrol in UNITEN. Bachelor students who do not fulfill this English requirement are required to sit for the Intensive English Programme (IEP) and pass the requirement below before starting their Bachelor programme.

  • MUET – Malaysia University English Test
    Achieve Band 3 and above

  • IELTS – International English Language Testing System
    Achieve 5.5 and above

  • TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language
    Achieve 500 (TOEFL) or 46 (TOEFL Internet Based Test) and above

Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons)
N/314/6/0056

+ PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

This programme can be completed in Full Time: 3 years.

  • Principles of Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • English for Business
  • Business Communication
  • Business Mathematics
  • Business Statistics
  • Business Accounting
  • Islamic Economics and Finance
  • Microeconomics I
  • Macroeconomics I
  • Microeconomics II
  • Macroeconomics II
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Natural Resources Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Research Methods
  • Personal Financial Management (AKPK)
  • Green Energy and Environment
  • Energy Regulations and Policies
  • Energy Economics
  • Energy Management
  • Renewable Energy and Sustainability
  • International Energy Trade and Market
  • Energy and Society
  • Energy Security
  • Project Paper
  • Industrial Training

ELECTIVES (CHOOSE 4)

  • International Trade and Finance
  • Industrial Economics
  • Economics of International Oil and Gas
  • Low Carbon Economics
  • Economics Development


Subject marked (*) is required for Malaysian students only.

Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons)
N/314/6/0056

+ CAREER PROSPECT

Range of Monthly Salary:
RM2,000 – RM25,000
Source: Jobstreet Salary Report and Kelly Services (Malaysia) Salary Guide.

Employability Rate (within 6 months of Graduation):
94.0% Employed | 6.0% Job Creators / Further Study
Source: Ministry of Education Malaysia’s Graduate Tracer Study.


These are popular career choices after graduation for this programme. There are also many other career choices beyond, which are proven adaptable by UNITEN students due to holistic personal and professional skills development during the study.

  • Energy Economist
  • Energy Auditor
  • Energy Manager
  • Environmental Auditor
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Auditor
  • Green Industry Auditor
  • Economic Specialist
  • Economic Researcher and Consultant
  • Business and Policy Analyst
  • Corporate Executive
  • Lecturer
Tuition Fees

Malaysian

RM 18,000 / year

International

RM 19,000 / year

USD 4,750 / year

Other Fees

Malaysian

Registration

RM 1,348

Resource

RM 780 / semester

International

EMGS & Application

RM 3,150

USD 788

Registration

RM 6,600

USD 1,650

Resource

RM 780 / semester

USD 195 / semester

Note:
Accommodation Advance Fee (if applicable) = RM250. Subject to terms and conditions. All fees are in Malaysian Ringgit (RM). Fees in USD are for reference only (USD1=RM4). Other optional fees/charges include accommodation, electricity, parking, and some student facilities within UNITEN.

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