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AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM

With our American Degree Transfer Program, students here are exposed to the same education system practiced in the States, preparing them for transition to the American university life.  The interactive nature of the American-style curriculum prepares students well for the stringent education standards of some of the best universities in the world.

2019 INTAKES:

  • 14th January
  • 20th May
  • 26th August

 

4-year

program

Over 5,000 students

transferred to Tier 1 US Universities

Enriching

learning experience

REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

*All information is subject to change. The above entry requirements serve as a guideline. Readers are responsible to verify the information by contacting the university’s Admissions Department.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

During two years at Taylor's ADP, students are exposed to the same education system practiced in U.S. universities. The courses are structured in a similar manner with similar modes of assessment, delivery methods, and teaching approaches. Taylor's ADP has continued to be a popular choice for its intensive student-lecturer interactions, broad range of courses, and numerous extra-curricular activities.

BUSINESS MAJOR KPT/JPS ( R/345/6/0913 ) ( MQA/FA 2317 ) 08 / 21

Individuals who have a solid business education are not only poised to start their own business, they also have the practical skills needed to excel in a variety of positions in the industry of their choice. Here are the common majors students pursue in the study of business and their descriptions.

Actuarial Science

Prepare students to apply the theory of probability and statistics along with the principles of finance to analyze and solve problems in insurance, pension plans, social security issues, and related fields.

Students learn to forecast, analyze data, create risk tables, and to use computers to conduct research.

Economics

Economics is the social science that analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services in the market, including the study of the ways people make a living and reach decisions about the use of scarce resources.

Students learn to conduct research, collect and analyze data, monitor economic trends, and develop forecasts on a wide variety of issues, including energy costs, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes, and employment levels.

Finance

Finance is the art and science of managing money and the way people, institutions, markets and countries generate and transfer wealth. Students will learn about commercial and investment banking, forecasting and budgeting, asset and liability management, stocks and bonds, and how markets function.

In addition, students also learn how to determine what fraction of a firm’s assets goes into different kinds of investment vehicles in order to obtain the highest return for a justifiable level of risk. 

International Business

The study of international business provides students with knowledge and skills required to understand the mechanisms and institutions of international economy.

Students learn about international facets of economics, finance, information technology, law, management or marketing.

Management

The study of management in business provides the understanding of planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling an organization efficiently and effectively.

Because organizations can be viewed as systems, management can also be defined as human action to facilitate the production of outcomes from a system.

Marketing

Marketing focuses on the process by which consumers’ and business, needs for products and services are anticipated and satisfied.

Students learn to conduct research, to analyze and understand consumer behavior, to identify customer needs, to research and develop new product, to price competitively, to coordinate promotional or sales programs, and to distribute efficiently.

 

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

ENGINEERING MAJOR KPT/JPS (R2/520/6/0018) ( MQA / FA 2318 ) 11 / 21

Engineers are problem-solvers who employ science, math, analysis and synthesis to design unique and practical solutions to everyday problems. They must accomplish this often under the constraints of time, budgets, and safety and health issues. Here are the common majors students pursue in the study of engineering and their descriptions.

Aerospace (Aeronautical) Engineering

While aeronautical engineering was the original term, the broader “aerospace” has superceded it in usage, as flight technology advanced to include craft operating in outer space.

Engineering, particularly the astronautics branch, is referred to colloquially as “rocket science”.

Aerospace engineering deals with the design, construction, and application of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, rockets, flying craft, and spacecraft.

The field also covers their aerodynamic characteristics and behaviors, airfoil, control surfaces, lift, drag, and other properties.

Applied Science

Applied science is the exact science of applying knowledge from one or more natural scientific fields to practical problems. Applied science is important for technology development and research.

A study in applied science will prepare you for direct entry into exciting and rewarding science careers, as well as preparation for professional schools (chiropractic, dental, medical, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy and veterinary) and graduate schools.

Chemical / Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum engineering is a discipline that focuses on the search, production and extraction of crude oil and natural gas from the earth. Students will learn how to produce environmentally safe petroleum resources, scout for potential drilling sites and supervise drilling activities.

Other than that, students will also learn to apply and invent ground-breaking technologies and methods to further enhance and streamline the systematic process of the recovery of petroleum.

Civil Engineering

The study that deals with designing, constructing and maintaining physical and natural builtenvironments. It is traditionally sub-disciplined into environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transport engineering, urban engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying and construction engineering.

Electrical / Electronic Engineering

The study that deals with electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Students undertake subjects related to power, electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunication.

Electrical engineering deals mainly with large scale electrical systems such as power transmission while electronic engineering deals with smaller scale electronic system such as computers.

Mechanical Engineering

The study that applies the principles of physics and material science into mechanical systems. Students analyze, design, manufacture and maintain the system with the production and usage of heat and mechanical power.

Students undertake subjects related to mechanics, kinematics, robotics, structural analysis, thermodynamics, thermo-science and drafting.

 

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

COMPUTING SCIENCE MAJOR KPT/JPS (R2/481/6/0109) ( MQA/ FA 2316 ) 09 / 21

Computer science is an interdisciplinary field of study – the design, testing, updating and maintaining of new computer application software and systems as well as creating innovative programs for problem- solving.

A computer science degree emphasizes the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing, while teaching students to keep abreast of the ever changing technological advances in society. Here are the common majors students pursue in the study of computer science and 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 endeavor 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 students 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.

 

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

LIBERAL ARTS MAJOR KPT/JPS ( R/010/6/0351 ) ( A 10995 ) 11 / 20

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

Anthropology is the study of humans and their cultural and physical environments. Students learn to analyze human cultures from various points of view. They also may learn about prehistoric humans and primates.

Archeology is the study of people who lived in the past and their ways of life. Students analyze fossils and mummies to understand how people lived. They learn how to go on “digs,” determine the age of fossils and human remains, and preserve artifacts.

History

Students who major in history are curious, competent with research, are interested in analyzing and understanding cultures and trends, and love to read.

In pursuing this major, students will learn how to study and interpret circumstances, events, influential people of the past, and how these factors affect the progression of societies all over the world.

Mass Communication

Programs in mass communication studies teach students the various means by which individuals and entities relay information through mass media to large segments of the population at the same time.

Students learn the history and cultural effects of newspapers, magazines, radio, television, film, and other media on society. They study critical thinking and learn to think in visual terms.

Political Science

Political Science studies governments around the world by concentrating on how a government’s structure and function affect social order. Students gain a solid awareness in the diversity of government around the globe and the various political theories, parties, and interest groups that correspond with these systems.

In addition, students develop an understanding of international relations, public laws, public administration, personal rights and freedoms, justice, and political authority.

Psychology

Psychology programs focus on human behaviors and mental states. Students learn how the credits credits mind develops, how people learn, and what motivates people.

They also learn how to construct experiments to discover and explain behavior scientifically, and the research and testing methods necessary to acquire this knowledge.

Sociology

Sociology is the study of human behavior and interaction in the context of culture and society. Sociology studies the social institutions formed by mankind to determine the influence these institutions have upon individuals and groups.

Students take courses on sociological theory, research methods, statistics; and related areas such as history of social institutions, social psychology, and political science.

 

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

FUTURE CAREERS

When you’ve successfully completed this programme, you could embark on any of these exciting careers, including:

FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS

Liberal Arts 

Approximate Total Fees
(Local Students):

RM 54,012

Liberal Arts

Approximate Total Fees (International Students):

USD 17,944

Business 

Approximate Total Fees
(Local Students):

RM 60,608

Business

Approximate Total Fees (International Students):

USD 20,135

Engineering 

Approximate Total Fees
(Local Students):

RM 60,650

Engineering

Approximate Total Fees (International Students):

USD 20,149

Computer Science 

Approximate Total Fees
(Local Students):

RM 60,628

Computer Science

Approximate Total Fees (International Students):

USD 20,142

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* Fees will be reviewed annually. For the avoidance of doubt, Taylor’s reserves the right to revise the fee payable for any given semester.

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