Bachelor in Early Childhood Education (Hons)

Management & Science University (MSU)
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
3 years
Intakes
February July September
Total tuition fee (local)
USD 10,064
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 16,405

Entry Requirements

  • STPM:
    • Pass SPM or its equivalent with credit in Bahasa Malaysia or Bahasa Melayu (Silibus X), Bahasa Malaysia II; 
    • Pass STPM or its equivalent, with minimum Grade C in 3 subjects including Pengajian Am/Kertas Am (General Studies/General Paper);
  • A pass in STPM or its equivalent, with minimum Grade C in 2 subjects including Pengajian Am/Kertas Am (General Studies/General Paper) and Grade D for 2 other subjects; 
  • Ministry of Education (KPM) Matriculation Certificate or MSU Foundation Certificate, or Foundation Certificate from other institution or Malaysia qualification and accreditated by MQA;
  • Diploma from PTPL/KUTPM(MSU), or Certificate/Diploma from Polytechnic, IPTA or IPTS with accreditation and other qualification from other institution recognised by Ministry of Higher Education (KPT) and accreditated by MQA;
  • Pass at least 3 subjects in A-Level (GCE)
  • Pass The South Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) with minimum score of 65% - 70%;
  • Pass Canadian Pre University Programme (CPU) with minimum score of 80%;
  • Pass Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with at least grade B in 5 subjects;
  • Other equivalent qualification recognised by Malaysian Government 

Curriculum

Core: 

  • Learning Through Play
  • Art and Craft for Young Children
  • Philosophy of Early Childhood Education
  • Guiding Young Children’s Positive Development
  • Computers for Young Children
  • Cognitive Development of Young Children
  • Social and Emotional Development of Young Children
  • Children with Special Needs
  • Gifted Children and Early Childhood Education
  • Music and Movement for Young Children
  • Curriculum and Learning Activities for Nursery
  • Developing Critical and Creative Thinking for Young Children

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