Micro-Credential Credit Bearing

Micro-Credential in
Learning Skills

DBS11013

Course Category:

Academic Development Skill

Origin Programme:

Mode of Delivery: 

Conventional / ODL

Language of Instruction:

English

Level of the Course:

Year 1

Prerequisite:

Not Applicable

Credit Value:

3 credits

Duration:

14 Academic Weeks

Total Learning Hours:

120 hours

Synopsis:

The objective of this module is to assist students in becoming more successful and better prepared for success at University and in life. The ultimate goal is to help them identify and apply study skills and academic strategies that will increase productivity. Topics will include time management and goal-setting; listening and note-taking in class; reading and studying; library and research skills. 

Learning Outcomes

  1. Acquire and apply effective study skills and time management techniques.
  2. Demonstrate critical thinking strategies.
  3. Acquire and apply research, reading, note-taking and essay writing techniques.

Assessment Methods 
and Types:

Assignments 30%, Presentations 30% and Final Exam 40%

Content Outline:

  1. Time management and problem solving
  2. Reading, listening, and note-taking skills
  3. Researching and information literacy
  4. APA referencing and plagiarism
  5. Summarizing and paraphrasing
  6. Presentation skills
  7. Study systems and learning resources
  8. Preparing for tests and exams
  9. Critical thinking and essay writing

Additional Requirement:

NIL

Entry Requirement:

Minimum Age: 18 years old

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Next Intake

Semester May 2022

Time Table

Fri 09:00 – 12:00 hr

Course Price:

RM1700.00

Why Choose a Micro-Credential Credit Bearing?

Pathway to Academic Qualification
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Value
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14 Academic Weeks
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Entry Requirement of the Origin Programme

Diploma in Business Studies