The Master of Education is a research-oriented programme for students interested in any areas of educational studies offered by Taylor’s School of Education. The aim of this programme is to produce graduates who are able to critically discuss and evaluate current theory and research in selected areas of educational practice, administration and policy
Entry requirement: Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.75 OR Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent, not meeting CGPA of 2.50, can be accepted subject to a minimum of five (5) years working experience
Develop an independent thinking approach and a unique expertise in research interests with Taylor’s Doctor of Philosophy in Education.
The degree programme instills sound practical and professional knowledge, skills and predispositions of primary school teaching based on a philosophical, theoretical and conceptual understanding of primary education.
Entry requirement: A level pass minimum C,C or Equivalent
The PhD in Engineering programme aims at equipping students with an expanded mental capacity capable of carrying out advanced research in a chosen field and contribute to new knowledge. Graduates will be able to conduct research independently and expand the boundaries of knowledge in the global context. The programme will enable students to develop research collaboration and report the research findings at an appropriate level and provide expert advice to society in the relevant field.
The Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering program at Taylor’s strives for academic excellence in research to produce graduates with leadership qualities, a sense of social responsibility, community involvement and professionalism. The programme helps to establish higher levels of critical thinking and problem solving skills in students. Graduates from the programme will be equipped with extensive cognitive abilities and have the capability to be employed in occasions which require advanced intellectual competencies. Graduates will also be enabled to further their study into a PhD programme in the related discipline of engineering
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Science or Technology with 2.00 ≤ CGPA < 2.50, recognised by the Malaysia or National Government, and a minimum of 5 years related work experience OR
This bachelor degree programme in mechanical engineering is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in mechanical engineering, primarily the scientific knowledge to solve challenges and design systems in automotive, power generation, aerospace and manufacturing industries, to elevate our quality of life.
Entry requirement: A level E,E,E including Maths & physics / chemistry
The degree in Electical & Electronic Engineering programme is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in electrical and electronic engineering; from designing and manufacturing the latest consumer devices to sophisticated scientific and industrial technologies.
Entry requirement: A level E,E,E including Maths , Physics or chem.
Robotic Design and Development at Taylor’s is a multi-disciplinary programme combining mechanical engineering, electrical & electronics and computer science. It is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in Robotics technology. This programme incorporates Work-Based Learning for students in their 3rd year. This will allow students to develop specialist knowledge, theory and skills by using the workplace as a context for project-based or practice-evidenced learning. Learn how you can step closer to your dream of impacting the ever-evolving world of robotics.
Explore the nature and functions of communication with a focus on the knowledge required to excel in the the fields of communication and media in today’s society. By engaging in all aspects of the programme, they will become skilled communication experts in this dynamic information age.
Entry Requirement: A recognized bachelor degree with CGPA 2.5 or equivalent. / CGPA 2.0 + 5 years work experience.
This degree programme provides a strong PR and event focus and in-depth knowledge in the field of marketing communication allowing students to plan, strategise and execute their marketing plans. Students will receive equal recognition and certification from both Taylor’s University and the University of the West of England (UWE), UK and the option to transfer to UWE in the final year.
Students will experience active engagement with the industry through the module Professional Media Workshop, which provides opportunities to participate in talks, workshops, forums and practical sessions conducted by industry professionals. This includes hands-on exposure to real campaigns, real clients and industry members through the Public Relations Consultancy module and the student formed agency – proPassion Communication.
Entry Requirement: A level – E,E,E
Taylor’s Public Relations & Event Management degree programme provides students in-depth knowledge of public relations and event management and all aspects of planning and promotion. Students will receive equal recognition and certification from both Taylor’s University and the University of the West of England (UWE), UK and the option to transfer to UWE in the final year.
Students will experience active engagement with the industry through the module Professional Media Workshop, which provides opportunities to participate in talks, workshops, forums and practical sessions conducted by industry professionals. The degree programme also emphasises on hands-on exposure on planning and executing real campaigns for real clients and engaging with industry members, through the Public Relations Consultancy module, Live Event Project and the student-formed agency – proPassion Communication.
Entry Requirement: A level – E,E,E
This degree programme prepares students with the required skills of researching, writing, strategising and effective executing of communication plans. Students will also receive equal recognition and certification from both Taylor’s University and the University of the West of England (UWE), UK and the option to transfer to UWE in the final year.
Students will learn to plan, manage and implement a broad range of communication tasks for various sectors, with competencies, among others, in advertising, broadcasting, journalism and public relations related work.
This degree programme is compatible with the new Taylor’s Curriculum Framework that allows students to mix & match study modules.
Entry Requirement: A level E,E,E
Get exposed to the latest developments in the fields of medicine, health sciences and biomedical science research with Taylor’s Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons).
Bachelor of Science (Hons) (Food Science) exposes students to an in-depth understanding of food processing, food texture, flavor, nutritional composition, sensory and food safety for development of nutritious food product.
Entry requirement: A level ( minimum D,D) subjects Bio, Chem, Physics, Maths.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture) is the culmination of academic and research achievement for students pursuing architectural studies.
The mission of the Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture) is to create and disseminate new knowledge relevant to Architecture and its related areas of focus. The Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture) however does not prepare students for licensing.
Entry Criteria: A Master’s degree or equivalent in Architecture or related field.
Master of Architecture is postgraduate programme by coursework. It is a professional degree programme equivalent to the LAM Part II Examination of the Board of Architects (LAM). The programme is a continuation of the LAM Part I Examination qualification as addressed in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Architecture.
The objectives of the programme is to produce architectural graduates who are highly skillful in the field of architecture and competent in their future career as Professional Architects with the Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM).
Entry Requirement: Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (min 2.67CGPA)
The Bachelor of Food Science and Technology is your opportunity to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of future generations. Graduates of the course are critical thinkers. They are very much in demand in food industries due to their scientific understanding of the technical aspects of food, beginning with harvesting and preparation and ending with consumption.
The course focuses firstly on helping you develop a greater understanding of the fate of agricultural raw materials, and secondly on the technology of food such as preservation, processing, packaging and distribution to ensure that food is safe, nutritious and wholesome.
This truly international degree gives you the chance to study at one of the world’s top medical schools and graduate with a qualification to practise medicine in Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. Offered over five years at Monash University Malaysia, this interdisciplinary course provides world-class training in biomedical sciences, social sciences and clinical skills.
As testimony to the course’s quality, our graduate Shaun Yo was Monash’s top medical student in 2011, when he won the Sophie Davis Memorial Prize for having the highest overall aggregate marks.
The course draws on Monash’s world-leading expertise in medical practice and research, which includes treating premature babies at risk of brain disease, replacing heart valves without open-heart surgery and developing new cancer drugs. It also draws on the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ particular strengths in the cardio-metabolic field, infection and immunity, global public health and neuroscience.
Our JCSMHS researchers have discovered new genes and hormones that show promise as targeting proteins for cancer research. They have also patented discoveries likely to lead to new products for treating infectious and cardiovascular diseases.
The JCSMHS is also home to the renowned Brain Research Institute at Monash Sunway, now collaborating with the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) to provide a platform for neuroscientists in the region through seminars and training programs.
Mechanical engineering is about turning energy into motion and power. It covers the generation, conversion, transmission and use of mechanical and thermal energy, and includes the design, construction and operation of devices and systems. It also involves the behaviours of solids, liquids and gases when forces are applied and when they are heated and cooled.
As a mechanical engineer you could work in research and development, product and process design, technical sales and support, manufacturing, field and test engineering, project management, systems design and power plant operations and quality control. You could work in the petrochemical, automotive, transportation, aerospace, electronic, mining and robotic industries.
Civil engineering is concerned with the design, construction, maintenance and the operation of infrastructure for the benefit of society. Civil engineers design structures including multi-storey buildings, bridges, tunnels, commercial complexes, oil rig platforms, water systems, road and traffic systems and foundation supports.
Civil engineering encompasses four major fields of activity:
structural engineering, water resources engineering, transport engineering and geotechnical engineering. Civil engineers are responsible for the basic needs and facilities (or infrastructure) of modern society. They work for government bodies and for private employers as consulting engineers and engineering contractors specialising in areas such as structural design, water engineering, geotechnics, transportation and construction management.
Your career prospects as a civil engineer are strong and diverse. When you graduate, you could work in private industry, government, construction and mining, marine and resort developments, property and land development and in consulting.