Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons) | Putrajaya

The National Energy University (Uniten)

Malayasia

Course Information

Program

Bachelor of Economics

Duration

3 years

Tuition Fees

RM 57,000
USD 14,250

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    More About the Course

    This syllabus has been designed to meet the requirements of professional bodies and industries while giving students the competitive edge. Emphasis is on the application of knowledge through teamwork, case studies, simulations and real life projects.

    UNITEN is the pioneer for the education of now and the future that suits the demand of the world market workforce like Economics (Energy) – among the first in Malaysia and the world which offers a strong understanding in economics and energy.

    The Department of Energy Business offers the Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons.) degree program. This degree program is introduced to equip students with a strong knowledge in economics and energy that suits the demand of the market workforce. The program is designed to expose students to the specific aspects in economics discipline and energy sector. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to have a firm and thorough understanding of the principles and roles of economics in the energy sector to be applied in the business and corporate environment. The courses offered are being specifically structured to equip students with strong theoretical and practical knowledge in economics and energy before they can embark on to the real world of energy service sectors or pursue their studies.

    This Bachelor of Economics (Energy) (Hons) programme can be completed in 3 years.

    About The National Energy University (Uniten)

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    Putrajaya Campus

    Jalan IKRAM-UNITEN
    43000 Kajang, Selangor
    MALAYSIA

    Sultan Haji Ahmed Shah Campus (KSHAS)

    Wisma Sultan Haji Ahmed Shah
    26700 Muadzam Shah, Pahang
    MALAYSIA

    Profile Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) is one of the first private universities in Malaysia and is wholly-owned by public-listed Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), one of the largest utility companies in South East-Asia . The university first started in the year 1976 as Institut Latihan Sultan Ahmad Shah (ILSAS), the corporate training centre for TNB and its predecessor, the National Electricity Board for many years.