Management & Humanities Department
The Department was established in 1997. The department which first started off as the General Studies programme was later renamed as Department of Management & Humanities, and now it is called Management & Humanities Department. To date, there are a total of 29 lecturers with 4 support staff serving the department.
The Department provides courses that are aimed at producing well-rounded graduates who will possess not only the latest competencies in Engineering, Science and Technology, but also other qualities such as strong leadership, good behavioural and communication skills, analytical thinking ability, as well as managerial, business and social competencies.
Three units under Management & Humanities Department are Business & Management, Language & Communication and Social Science & Humanities.
In line with the University's mission in producing well-rounded graduates, the objectives of our programme are to enhance management, communication and behavioural skills, enhance critical thinking and instill ethical values.
Programmes & Courses Offered
Undergraduate Programme & Courses
Postgraduate Programmes (Coursework)
Postgraduate Programmes (Research)