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Master of Science (Project Management) by Curtin University, Malaysia.
The HELP Master of Human Resource Management (MHRD) is designed to equip Human Resource (HR) practitioners or those aspiring to assume senior HR roles with a strong interdisciplinary foundation and a set of leadership competencies to undertake multiple leadership roles and be visibly accountable for business results.
The HELP Master of Philosophy (MPhil) aims to deliver an interdisciplinary education in Business Administration and to enable students to enter a career as a professional in their field or continue their studies to complete a PhD or a DBA.
The first Master of Project Management (MPM) from Southeast Asia awarded accreditation by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center (GAC) for Project Management Education Programmes.
The programme aims to educate IT managers and professionals who possess technical and management knowledge for designing, developing and managing IT systems.
The programme aims to educate IT professionals and individuals with relevant background on the state-of-the-art technologies and tools related to Information Systems.
The Masters in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP) programme is a postgraduate course aimed at producing industry practitioners with global insight, holistic knowledge and cutting-edge expertise in Islamic Finance.
Professional Certificate in Islamic Finance (PCIF) programme is developed to cater for industry professionals who wish to gain knowledge in certain areas of practice.
The MSc in Islamic Finance offers in-depth education in the key areas of Islamic economics, finance and Shariah from both the theoretical and applied aspects.
The PhD programme is industry-driven and is based on strong academic fundamentals, emphasising robust and rigorous knowledge in Islamic finance.
The programme includes six 1-week modules of compulsory on-site activities in IMU School of Dentistry delivered over twelve months, approximately one module week every six to eight weeks.