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Our American Degree Transfer Program is designed to prepare students for a seamless transition to American university life, providing them with a solid foundation and skillset needed to excel in leading North American and Canadian universities.

 

In this programme, you will have the opportunity to experience the same education system practiced in the United States. Our American-style curriculum focuses on interactive learning, fostering critical thinking, collaboration, and effective communication skills. This approach ensures that our students are well-prepared to meet the stringent education standards of some of the best institutions in the world.

School
Liberal Arts and Sciences

Intake Month

February, June, and August

Study Options

Full time only

Elevated Futures

Over 5,000 students transferred to Tier 1 US Universities

Overseas Transfer Options

United States, Canada, Australia

Study Programme

4-year

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Key Highlights for American Degree Transfer Program (ADP)

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
OVERSEAS TRANSFER OPTIONS
FUTURE CAREERS
SPOTLIGHT

Over two years in the program, you will immerse yourself in the same education system practiced in U.S. universities, ensuring a seamless transition to higher education institutions abroad.

 

This ADP program is designed to closely resemble the structure and style of courses offered in American universities. From assessment methods to delivery modes, you will experience a familiar learning environment that emphasizes active student engagement and participation. Our dedicated faculty members employ teaching approaches that promote critical thinking, discussion, and collaborative learning, preparing you for the academic rigors of top-tier institutions.

 

Business Major

Business Major

KPT/JPS (R2/345/6/0913) (MQA/FA2317) 08/26

 

Having a solid business education opens doors to a wide range of opportunities, empowering individuals to not only start their own business but also excel in various positions across different industries. Here are some common majors that you can pursue in the business major, along with their descriptions:

 

Actuarial Science

Get ready to unlock a world of opportunities where you'll apply the powerful tools of probability and statistics, combined with the principles of finance, to analyze and solve complex problems in the realms of insurance, pension plans, social security, and related fields. Through this journey, you'll gain the expertise to forecast future trends, analyze vast amounts of data, create insightful risk tables, and harness the potential of computers to conduct cutting-edge research. By mastering these skills, you'll be well-prepared to make informed decisions and navigate the intricate landscape of risk management and financial analysis.

 

 

Economics

As a social science, economics encompasses the in-depth analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services within the market. It also delves into the study of how individuals make a living and make crucial decisions regarding the utilization of scarce resources. In your journey, you'll acquire the skills to conduct comprehensive research, gather and analyze data, track economic trends, and develop forecasts on a diverse range of critical issues. From energy costs and inflation to interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes, and employment levels, you'll gain the expertise to navigate and understand the intricate interplay of these factors.

 

 

Finance

As the art and science of managing money, finance holds a pivotal role in the generation and transfer of wealth for individuals, institutions, markets, and countries. In this exciting journey, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of various facets, including commercial and investment banking, forecasting and budgeting, asset and liability management, stocks and bonds, and the intricate workings of financial markets. This knowledge will empower you with insights into the operations of financial institutions, effective financial trend forecasting, and optimal management of assets and liabilities to enhance financial performance.

 

 

International Business

This field of study equips you with the essential knowledge and skills necessary to comprehend the inner workings and institutions of the global economy. As a student, you will delve into the fascinating aspects of international economics, finance, information technology, law, management, and marketing. Prepare to gain valuable insights and expertise that will empower you in navigating the complexities of the international business landscape.

 

 

Management

This field of study grants you a comprehensive understanding of the key principles and practices involved in planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling an organization with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. By recognizing organizations as systems, management takes on the role of human action aimed at facilitating the generation of desired outcomes from these systems.

 

 

Marketing

In this captivating field, we delve into the intricate process of not only anticipating but also satisfying the diverse needs of consumers and businesses for products and services. As a student, you'll embark on a journey of learning how to conduct thorough research, analyze and comprehend consumer behavior, identify customer needs, research and develop innovative products, establish competitive pricing strategies, coordinate compelling promotional and sales programs, and ensure efficient distribution. By mastering these essential skills, you'll be equipped to navigate the dynamic landscape of marketing and successfully meet the ever-evolving demands of the market.

 

 

Note: All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

Engineering Major

Engineering Major

KPT/JPS (R3/520/6/0018) (MQA/FA2318) 11/26

 

Engineers are skilled professionals who utilize the principles of science, mathematics, analysis, and synthesis to design innovative and practical solutions for everyday challenges. With a keen eye for efficiency, engineers strive to address problems while working within the constraints of time, budgets, and safety and health considerations. Below are some of the common majors students pursue in the study of engineering and their respective descriptions.

 

Aerospace (Aeronautical) Engineering

In the realm of engineering, the term "aeronautical engineering" was initially used, but with the advancement of flight technology to include spacecraft operating in outer space, the broader term "aerospace" has taken precedence in usage. Colloquially, engineering with a focus on astronautics is often referred to as "rocket science." This field of engineering also delves into the study of aerodynamic characteristics, behaviors, airfoil design, control surfaces, lift, drag, and other pertinent properties associated with these vehicles.

 

 

Applied Science

Applied science involves the precise application of knowledge derived from one or more natural scientific fields to address real-world problems. It plays a crucial role in the development of technology and advances in research. Pursuing a study in applied science will equip you with the necessary skills for direct entry into exciting and fulfilling science careers. Additionally, it provides a strong foundation for professional schools such as chiropractic, dental, medical, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, veterinary, as well as graduate schools.

 

 

Chemical / Petroleum Engineering

In the field of petroleum engineering, you will focus on the search, production, and extraction of crude oil and natural gas from the Earth. Through your studies, you will learn how to responsibly produce petroleum resources while prioritizing environmental safety. You will develop skills in scouting potential drilling sites and supervising drilling activities. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to apply and invent groundbreaking technologies and methods to enhance and streamline the systematic process of petroleum recovery.

 

 

Civil Engineering

This field of study focuses on the design, construction, and maintenance of physical and natural built environments. Civil engineering encompasses various sub-disciplines that specialize in different aspects of the built environment. These sub-disciplines include environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transport engineering, urban engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, and construction engineering.

 

 

Electrical / Electronic Engineering

his discipline focuses on the study of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. As an electrical engineering student, you will delve into various subjects related to power systems, electronics, control systems, signal processing, and telecommunication. Electrical engineering primarily deals with large-scale electrical systems, such as power transmission and distribution, ensuring efficient and reliable delivery of electricity. On the other hand, electronic engineering focuses on smaller-scale electronic systems, such as computers, integrated circuits, and electronic devices.

 

 

Mechanical Engineering

As a mechanical engineering student, you will explore the fascinating world of heat and mechanical power production and utilization. Throughout your studies, you will undertake subjects that cover various aspects of mechanical engineering. These include mechanics, which focuses on the behavior of bodies under different forces; kinematics, which studies the motion of objects; robotics, which deals with the design and operation of robots; structural analysis, which examines the behavior and strength of structures; thermodynamics, which explores the transfer of heat and energy; thermo-science, which covers topics related to heat transfer and fluid mechanics; and drafting, which involves creating detailed technical drawings.

 

 

Note: All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

Computer Science Major

Computer Science Major

KPT/JPS (R3/481/6/0109) ( MQA/ FA 2316 ) 09 / 26

 

This field of study encompasses the design, testing, updating, and maintenance of computer application software and systems, as well as the creation of innovative programs for problem-solving. Pursuing a computer science degree emphasizes the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing while equipping students to stay updated with the rapid technological advancements in society. In your computer science journey, you will encounter various majors that students commonly pursue. These majors offer specialized areas of focus within the study of computer science. Here are their descriptions:

 

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a science that focuses on the design elements that enable computers to “think.” A complex division of computer science, artificial intelligence projects endeavour to render machines capable of multitasking and relying on human-like senses.

 

 

Computer Graphics

A computer graphics degree gives students the knowledge they need to create computer images for various visual mediums. It also provides you with the opportunity to gain the knowledge needed to work with state-of-the-art technology to create computerized graphic images.

 

 

Computer Gaming

A degree in computer gaming focuses on the construction and design of interactive computer games. It focuses on the technical, narrative and artistic underpinning of designing these games.

 

 

Computer Network

Computer networks teach the networking skills required to design, install, configure and maintain enterprise-wide networks. Additionally, a combination of management and general education courses will teach you to hone and apply skills in general management, critical thinking, logic, communications and problem solving in order to successfully manage the challenges faced in today’s technical environment.

 

 

Software Development

Software development includes research, development modification, re-engineering, or other activities that result in software products. These products are absolutely vital in a variety of fields including marketing, engineering, research and development and general management.


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Liberal Arts Major

Liberal Arts Major

KPT/JPS (R2/010/6/0351) (A 10995) 11/25

 

A liberal arts major offers a broad overview of the arts, sciences, and humanities. Within the context of a liberal arts degree, you can study modern languages, music, English, anthropology, history, gender studies, or many other disciplines. Here are the common majors students pursue in the study of social science/ liberal arts and their descriptions:

 

Anthropology / Archeology

This discipline revolves around the study of humans and their cultural and physical environments. As an anthropology student, you will develop the skills to analyze human cultures from diverse perspectives. You may also explore the fascinating worlds of prehistoric humans and primates, deepening your understanding of our shared history.

 

In addition to anthropology, you will have the opportunity to delve into the field of archaeology. Archaeology focuses on studying past human societies and their ways of life. By analyzing fossils, mummies, and other artifacts, students gain insights into how people lived in ancient times. They also learn techniques such as excavation ("digs"), determining the age of fossils and human remains, and preserving valuable historical artifacts.

 

 

History

If you choose to major in history, you will embark on a rewarding journey of curiosity, research, and cultural understanding. History students possess a keen interest in analyzing and comprehending various cultures, trends, and events, while also having a passion for reading.

 

Throughout your studies, you will develop the skills necessary to study and interpret circumstances, events, and influential figures from the past. By examining these factors, you will gain a deeper understanding of how they have shaped the progression of societies worldwide. Through extensive research, critical analysis, and thoughtful interpretation, you will uncover valuable insights into the complexities of human history.

 

 

Mass Communication

In a program focused on mass communication studies, you will explore the various ways in which individuals and entities relay information to large segments of the population through mass media. You will delve into the rich history and cultural impact of newspapers, magazines, radio, television, film, and other media platforms on society.

 

As a student, you will develop critical thinking skills and learn to analyze media messages, evaluating their credibility and understanding their influence on public opinion and social dynamics. You will also gain the ability to think in visual terms, appreciating the power of visual communication in today's media landscape.

 

 

Political Science

In the field of Political Science, you will explore governments from around the world, focusing on how the structure and functioning of a government impact social order. Through your studies, you will develop a solid understanding of the diverse forms of government globally, as well as the different political theories, parties, and interest groups that align with these systems.

 

Alongside this, you will delve into various areas such as international relations, public laws, public administration, personal rights and freedoms, justice, and political authority. By studying these subjects, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the complex dynamics that shape political systems and governance.

 

 

Psychology

In psychology programs, you will delve into the fascinating realm of human behaviors and mental states. As a student, you will gain insights into the development of the mind, the processes of learning, and the underlying motivations that drive human behavior.

 

One of the key aspects of studying psychology is learning how to construct experiments to scientifically discover and explain behavior. You will acquire the skills necessary to design research studies, collect data, and analyze results to gain a deeper understanding of human behavior and cognition.

 

 

Sociology

In sociology, you will delve into the study of human behavior and interaction within the broader context of culture and society. This field examines the social institutions that humanity has created and analyzes their impact on individuals and groups.

 

As a student of sociology, you will engage in courses that cover sociological theory, research methods, statistics, and related areas. By studying sociological theory, you will gain insights into the foundational frameworks and concepts used to understand and explain social phenomena. Research methods and statistics will equip you with the tools to conduct empirical studies and analyze data, enabling you to contribute to the field's body of knowledge.

 

 

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Are you ready to take the next step in your academic journey? Our program offers exciting opportunities for individuals interested in the American Degree Program. To ensure a smooth admission process, please take note of our entry requirements listed below.

ADP Business

ADP Business

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) / O-Level

Pass with at least 5 credits in any subjects including a pass in Mathematics and English.

 

STPM

A pass with min.grade C (GPA 2.00) in 2 subjects. A pass in Mathematics and English at SPM level or equivalent.

 

Note: The requirement to pass Mathematics and Science at SPM level for STPM can be waived should the grades

obtained in Mathematics and English subjects and the achievement are equivalent/higher from the pass requirement at SPM level.

Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)

Pass with min. 5 Bs including Mathematics and English.

 

Other Qualifications

A Level and STPM may receive advance standing (exemptions) with a grade “C” and above OR

 

IB may receive advance standing (exemptions) for academic subject scores of 5 and above

 

Students with qualifications other than the above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Note:

1. Candidates need to pass BM and History at SPM level.

2. All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

ADP Engineering

ADP Engineering

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) / O-Level

Pass with at least 5 credits in any subjects including Mathematics and 1 Science subject.

 

STPM

A pass with min. Grade C (GPA 2.00) in 2 subjects. Credit in SPM or equivalent including Mathematics and one Science subjects.

 

Note: The credit requirement for Mathematics and Science at SPM level for STPM can be waived should the

grades obtained in Mathematics and English subjects and the achievement are equivalent/higher from the

credit requirement at SPM level.

Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)

Pass with Min. 5 Bs including Mathematics and one Science subject.

 

Other Qualifications

Students with qualifications other than the above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Note

1. Candidates need to pass BM and History at SPM level.

2. All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

ADP Liberal Arts

ADP Liberal Arts

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) / O-Level

Pass with at least 5 credits in any subject.

 

A-Level

Pass in General Certificate of Education (GCE) A-Level in any 2 subjects.

 

STPM

A pass in any 2 subjects with GPA 2.00 or equivalent.

Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)

Pass with Min. 5 Bs in any subjects.

 

Other Qualifications

Students with qualifications other than the above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Note

1. Candidates need to pass BM and History at SPM level.

2. All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

ADP Computer Science

ADP Computer Science

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) / O-Level

Pass with at least 5 credits in any subjects including Additional Mathematics or Mathematics and one of the subjects in Science/Technology/Engineering.

 

STPM

A pass in Science stream or equivalent with minimum Grade C in

Mathematics and one of the subjects in Science/ICT.

 

Note: Students without a credit in Additional Mathematics at the SPM level but have obtained a credit in Mathematics and a credit in one of the subjects in Science/Technology/ Engineering at SPM level is required to sit and pass a Bridging Module (enhanced mathematics module) with topics related to Computer Science at the beginning of their studies to graduate from the program.

Students must pass the bridging (enhanced Mathematics module) as a prerequisite before being allowed to sit for related core modules. However, this does not stop these students from taking any modules (core or otherwise) which does not impose the Enhanced Mathematics module/ Bridging module

as a pre-requisite. Credit for the Bridging Module is considered as an additional credit to the core module and can be taken into account for the calculation of the graduating credits.

Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)

Pass with Min. 5 Bs including Additional Mathematics or Mathematics and one of the subject in Science/ Technology/ Engineering.

 

Other Qualifications

A Level and STPM may receive advance standing (exemptions) with grade “C” and above OR

 

IB may receive advance standing (exemptions) for academic subjects score of 5 and above

 

Students with qualifications other than the above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Note

1. Candidates need to pass BM and History at SPM level.

2. All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

We offer the option of completing your degree programme with one of our established partner universities.

United States

United States

  • Cornell University
  • University of Wisconsin
  • Washington State University

And more-

Canada

Canada

  • McGill University
  • University of Alberta
  • University of Waterloo

And more-

Australia

Australia

  • University of Queensland
  • UNSW Business School
  • UNSW

And more-

When you've successfully completed the American Degree Transfer Program, you could embark on any of these exciting careers, including:

  • Consultant Foreign Exchange Trader
  • Import/Export Compliance Specialist
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • International Management Consultant
  • E-Business Consultant
  • Programmer
  • Software Developer
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineer
  • Instrumentation Engineer
  • Mechatronic Engineer

View the experience from our students and industry partners below.

American Degree Transfer Program

Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts

I am Approximate Total Fees
Local Student
MYR 57,844
International Student
USD 16,788
Business

Business

I am Approximate Total Fees
Local Student
MYR 66,410
International Student
USD 18,710
Engineering

Engineering

I am Approximate Total Fees
Local Student
MYR 66,460
International Student
USD 18,714
Computer Science

Computer Science

I am Approximate Total Fees
Local Student
MYR 66,474
International Student
USD 18,713

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