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Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
Briefing On Msc Housing
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  • 1. BRIEFING ON MSc in HOUSING Semester 1, Academic Session 2012/2013 Dr. Norazmawati Md. Sani @ Abd. Rahim (Dr. Nora) Building E08 Room 102 Block B Ext:3161 norazmawati@usm.my http://drnorazmawati.blogspot.com/ 1
  • 2. CONTENT Introduction Objective Curriculum Statistics Student Enrollment & Graduated Course Approach Course  Assessment 2
  • 3. INTRODUCTION The increasing in demand and supply in thehousing sector is largely due to the increase in population and rising affluence. The rapid growth of urbanisation and globalization has put pressures on urban and housingdevelopment.  Housing problems arising from this phenomenon are complex and possible solutions are hampered partly due to lack of skilled personnel. This programme is envisaged to fill the present vacuum. 3
  • 4. OBJECTIVE The objective of the programme is to train students with a broad range of issues in housing, increase the  knowledge  on relevant aspects of decision making, professionalism and management in various housing sectors, both locally and internationally, andassisting the housing sector in research relevant to national development. 4
  • 5. CURRICULUMThe curriculum is divided into 3 mainaspects: (a). Social, economic, planning, law and policy. (b). Design, technology and environment. (c). Financial, management and administration. 5
  • 6. STATISTICS STUDENT ENROLLMENT (MSC IN HOUSING) In the Abroad Total country Full Part Full Part Time Time Time Time Year 07 08 09 10 07 08 09 10 07 08 09 10 07 08 09 10 No. of - 3 4 4 - 2 - - 1 7 10 4 - - - - 35Student Statistics Graduated Student (MSc in Housing) Year 07 08 09 10 Total No. of Student 5 5 4 7 21 6
  • 7. COURSE APPROACHFull-Time Course The full-time programme covers a minimum of one year academicsession, or equivalent to two semesters (including the submission of aresearch project). Part-Time Course The part-time programme covers a minimum 2 years academicsessions, or equivalent to four semesters (including the submission of aresearch project).Teaching StaffThe courses are conducted by full time academic staff with the supportof visiting lecturers, professors and relevant professionals practising  invarious  disciplines. Modes of teaching include lectures, tutorials,discussions, seminars, case studies and assignments. 7
  • 8. CORE COURSESNo. Code Core Courses Units1. RHS 502 Planning and Housing Development 32. RHS 509 Research Project in Housing* 83. RHS 511 Housing Research Method 34. RHS 512 Housing Design 35. RHS 513 Housing and Technology 36. RHS 505 Law and Housing 37. RHS 507 Case Studies 68. RHS 510 Socio-Economic Aspects of Housing 39. RHS 514 Housing Management and Finance 3*Courses offered in two semesters. Semester 1 Semester 2 8
  • 9. ELECTIVE COURSES**No. Code Electives Courses Units1. RLD 509 Landscape Resource Management 32. RPK 538 Sustainable Development Planning 33. RPK 535 Regional and Rural Planning 34. RLD 508 Environmental Impact Assessment 35. RPG 537 Computer Application For Planning 3** Students have to choose 9 units only from elective courses. Semester 1 Semester 2 9
  • 10. FULL-TIME COURSE  10
  • 11. PART-TIME COURSE  11
  • 12. SEMESTER 1;CORE COURSES % %Bil. Kod/Unit Tajuk Kursus Kakitangan Akademik C/W E/W1. RHS 502/3 Perancangan & Pembangunan Dr.Norazmawati Md. Sani @ Abd. Rahim* Perumahan Prof. Madya Dr. Nor’Aini Yusof (Planning & Housing Development) Prof. Madya Dr. Nurwati Badarulzaman 40 60 Ar. Ahmad Zakiulfuad Yahaya Profesor Dr. Julaihi Wahid Mr.Jamil Jusoh (guest lecturer)2. RHS 509/8 Projek Penyelidikan Perumahan Profesor Dr. Julaihi Wahid & (Research Project in Housing) 100 - Sekumpulan Pensyarah3. RHS 511/3 Kaedah Penyelidikan Perumahan Dr. Ruhizal Rosli* (Housing Research Method) Profesor Abdul Ghani Salleh 40 60 Prof. Madya Dr. Nurwati Badarulzaman Dr. Shardy Abdullah Prof Madya Dr.Syarifah (guest lecturer)4. RHS 512/3 Rekabentuk Perumahan Prof. Madya Ar. Dr. Ku Azhar Ku Hassan* (Housing Design) 40 60 Dr. Ruhizal Rosli Profesor Dr. Julaihi Wahid (guest lecturer)5. RHS 513/3 Perumahan & Teknologi Prof. Madya Ar. Ab. Majid Ismail* (Housing & Technology) Profesor Ir. Dr. Mahyuddin Ramli 60 40 Prof. Madya Ir. Nik Fuaad Nik Abllah Prof. Madya Dr. Tan Guat Lin 12*Coordinator
  • 13. SEMESTER 2;CORE COURSES % %Bil. Kod/Unit Tajuk Kursus Kakitangan Akademik C/W E/W 1. RHS 505/3 Undang-Undang & Perumahan En. Zulkifli Osman* (Law & Housing ) Ar. Ahmad Zakiiulfuad Yahaya 40 60 Prof. Madya Abdul Aziz Hussin 2. RHS 507/6 Kajian Kes Dr. Ruhizal Rosli* (Case Studies) Prof. Madya Dr. Kausar Ali 100 - Ar. Zulkarnain Hj. Harun Profesor Dr. Julaihi Wahid 3. RHS 509/8 Projek Penyelidikan Perumahan Profesor Dr. Julaihi Wahid & (Research Project in Housing) 100 - Sekumpulan Pensyarah 4. RHS 510/3 Aspek Sosio-Ekonomi Perumahan Profesor Abdul Ghani Salleh* (Socio-Economic Aspects Dr. Rahmat Azam Mustafa 40 60 of Housing) 5. RHS 514/3 Pengurusan Perumahan & Kewangan Dr. Shardy Abdullah* (Housing Management Dr. Mohd. Hanizun Hanafi & Finance) 60 40 Dr.Atasya Osmadi Dr.Ernawati Mustafa Kamal*Coordinator 13
  • 14. SEMESTER 1;ELECTIVE COURSES % %Bil. Kod/Unit Tajuk Kursus Kakitangan Akademik C/W E/W1. RLD 509/3 Pengurusan Sumber Lanskap Dr. Nor Zarifah Maliki* (Landscape Resource Management ) 40 60 Dr. Suraiyati Rahman2. RPK 538/3 Perancangan Pembangunan Lestari Prof. Madya Dr. Nurwati Badarulzaman* (Sustainable Development Planning ) Prof. Madya Dr. Alip Rahim 40 60 Dr. Suraiyati Rahman SEMESTER 2;ELECTIVE COURSES % % Bil. Kod/Unit Tajuk Kursus Kakitangan Akademik C/W E/W 1. RLD 508/3 Penilaian Impak Alam Sekitar Dr. Nor Zarifah Maliki * (Environmental Impact Assessment ) Prof. Madya Dr. Alip Rahim 40 60 2. RPG 537/3 Penggunaan Komputer Untuk En. Abdul Ghapar Othman* Perancangan Prof. Madya Dr. Lee Lik Meng (Computer Application For Planning ) 40 60 Prof. Madya Dr. Nurwati Badarulzaman 3. RPK 535/3 Perancangan Bandar & Wilayah Profesor Abdul Ghani Salleh* (Regional & Rural Planning ) 40 60 Prof. Madya Dr. Kausar Ali 14 *Coordinator
  • 15. COURSE  ASSESSMENT Students are assessed based on their coursework and examination. Assessment is conducted at the end of every semester.  For research projects, students are required to submit a formal report at the end of the final semester for assessment,  followed by a viva session. TheMSc in Housing degree is conferred to candidates who have accumulated not less than 44 units & 13 courses. 15
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