Undergraduate Programme

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  • Bachelor of Education Teaching English as Second Language
  • Bachelor of Education Teaching Arabic as Second Language

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMMES

The common objectives of the undergraduate programme are as follows:

· To produce professionally trained graduate teachers who uphold the Islamic philosophy of education and are committed to serve the country and ummah.

· To serve the growing need of the country in producing teachers who possess the integrated personality and the tawhidic worldview and act as excellent role models for the younger generation.

· To embody, revitalize, and produce graduates that exemplify in themselves the IIUM mission of Islamicization, Internationalization, Integration and Comprehensive Excellent (IIICE).

 

CURRICULUME STRUCTURE

The curriculum structure for the undergraduate programme is shown in thefollowing table.

Curriculum Structure

Credit Hour

University Required Courses

22

Institute Required Courses

24

Programme Required Courses

  • Teaching Arabic As a Second Language
  • Teaching English As a Second Language
  • Guidance and Counseling
  • Islamic Education

 

70

61

72

73

Minor courses

30

Total Credit Hour for each programme

  • Teaching Arabic As a Second Language
  • Teaching English As a Second Language
  • Guidance and Counseling
  • Islamic Education

 

143

137

145

141

 

COMPONENT IN CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

1. UNIVERSITY REQUIRED COURSES

University required courses are grouped into three (3) categories as follows. Students are required to fulfill the specified required credits in each category accordingly.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

General Studies (12 credit hour)

UNGS 2030

Islamic World View

3

UNGS 2040

Islam, Knowledge and Civilization  

3

UNGS 2050

Ethics and Fiqh for Everyday Life  [1]

3

RKUD 3030

Methods of Da’wah  [2]

3

Language Courses (5 credit hour)

TQ 1011

Tilawah al-Quran I1

1

TQ  2011

Tilawah al-Quran II

1

LE 4000

English for Academic Purposes    OR

 

3

LQ 4000

Arabic for Academic Purposes

LM 2023

Bahasa Melayu Kerjaya (Sains Sosial)

2

LM 1030

Bahasa Melayu I untuk Pelajar Asing

2

LM 1031

Bahasa Melayu II untuk Pelajar Asing

Co-curricular Courses (3 credit hour)

CCHB / FB/ NM

Spiritual Package / Leadership Package / Interest-based Package

3

Total Credit Hour

22

       

Note:

For direct intake students (Guidance and Counseling and Teaching English as a Second Language) who do not have Arabic Language background, they are required to complete 2 levels of Arabic Language courses as below:

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

LQ O108

Quranic Language I

0

LQ 0208

Quranic Language II

0

[1]Exempted for B. Ed Islamic Education – to be replace with EDI 2701 (Ethics in Education) and other Fiqh courses in the specialization courses from Year 1 to Year 4.

[2]Exempted for:      

B.Ed Islamic Education – to be replaced with EDI 4604 (Da’wah and Leadership)

B.Ed Counseling – to be replaced with EDG 4009 (Islamic Counseling in Multicultural Context)

B.Ed TASL – to be replaced with EDL 4129 (Arabic Speech Communication)

 

2. INSTITUTE REQUIRED COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

EDC 1701

The Organization of the School Co-curriculum

2

EDC 3002

Curriculum and Instruction

3

EDF 1001

Historical & Philosophical Foundation of Malaysian Education

3

EDF 2203

Sociology of Education

2

EDG 2000

Counseling Skills for Teachers

2

EDP 1103

Educational Psychology

3

EDP 1610

Understanding Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

2

EDP 2160

Tools of Thinking  [3]

2

EDP 3501

Testing and Assessment in Education

3

EDT 1303

Instructional Technology

2

Total Credit Hour

24

 

3. PROGRAMME REQUIRED COURSES – MAJOR COURSES

TEACHING ARABIC AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (TASL)

Course Code

Course Title

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hour

EDC 2102

Methods of Teaching Arabic as a Second Language I

 

3

EDC 2103

Introduction to General Linguistics

 

3

EDC 2119

Syllabus Design & Materials Preparation for TASL

 

3

EDC 2901

Practicum I

 

2

EDC 3105

Methods of Teaching Arabic as a Second Language II

EDC 2102

3

EDC 3199

Research Methodology

 

3

EDC 4903

Practicum II

 

8

EDL 1101

Arabic Syntax I

 

3

EDL 1102

Arabic Morphology I

 

3

EDL 1103

Practical Grammar

 

3

EDL 1104

Arabic Phonology

 

3

EDL 1109

Arabic Lexicography

 

3

EDL 1112

Rhetorical “Al-Ma’ani Science”

 

3

EDL 1113

Learning Language Skills

 

3

EDL  2114

Arabic Morphology II

EDL 1102

3

EDL 2115

Arabic Syntax II

EDL 1101

3

EDL 2118

Al-Bayan wa Al-Badi’ Sciences

 

3

EDL  3120

Arabic Syntax III

EDL 2115

3

EDL 3121

Classical Prose Text

 

3

EDL 4129

Arabic Speech Communication

 

3

ARAB 1222

History of Arabic Literature

 

3

ARAB 4212

Modern Poetry Text

 

3

Total Credit Hour

 

70

[3]Exempted for B.Ed Islamic Education – to be replaced with EDI 2601 (Introduction to ‘Ilm al-Mantiq)

 

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (TESL)

Course Code

Course Title

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hour

EDC 1206

Introduction to Literature

 

3

EDC 1207

Introduction to ELT Methodology

 

3

EDC 2202

Psycho-Sociolinguistic Perspectives in English Language Teacher

 

3

EDC 2203

Phonology for English Language Teacher (ELT)

 

3

EDC 2217

Syllabus Design & Materials Preparation for TESL

 

3

EDC 2901

Practicum I

 

2

EDL 3205

Semantics for English Language Teacher (ELT)

 

3

EDC 3212

Issues in TESL

 

3

EDC 3215

Action Research for ESL Teachers

 

3

EDC 3216

Computer-Assisted Language Learning in ESL Class

 

3

EDC 4203

Teaching Writing in Secondary Schools

 

3

EDC 4207

Teaching Reading in Secondary Schools

 

3

EDC 4209

Teaching Listening and Speaking in Secondary Schools

 

3

EDC 4212

Teaching Grammar in Secondary Schools

 

3

EDC 4214

Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools

 

3

EDC 4903

Practicum II

 

8

EDL 1201

Linguistics for the ELT

 

3

EDL 1204

Grammatical Analysis

 

3

EDL 3206

Discourse Analysis for ELT

 

3

Total Credit Hour

 

61

 

4.    MINOR PACKAGES

Students are required to declare their intended minor within their first semester as Institute students to the tenth week of the second regular semester.  There are four (4) minor packages that are offered to students i.e.:

Minor in Teaching Arabic as a Second Language

Minor in Islamic Education

Minor in Moral Education

Minor in Instructional Technology

 

A total of 30 credit hours is required to fulfill the minor requirement.

 

MINOR IN TEACHING ARABIC AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

EDL 1103

Practical Grammar

3

EDL 1110

Language Drills

3

EDL 1104

Arabic Phonology

3

EDL 1109

Arabic Lexicography

3

EDL 1112

Rhetorical al-Ma’ani Sciences

3

EDL 2118

Rhetorical al-Badie’ and al-Bayan Sciences

3

EDC 2103

Introduction to General Linguistics

3

EDL 3122

Balaghah in the Quran and Hadith

3

EDL 4128

Modern Arabic Literature

3

EDC 2102

Methods of Teaching Arabic Language

3

Total Credit Hour

30

MINOR IN ISLAMIC EDUCATION

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

EDI 1101A

‘Aqidah Islamiyyah

3

RKQS 1051

Reflection on Prophetic History

3

EDI 2000

Philosophy of Islamic Education

2

EDI 2210A

Usul al-Fiqh and Tarikh al-Tashri’

3

EDI 2501

 Fiqh al-Usrah and al-Mu’amalat

3

EDI 2701

Ethics in Education

2

EDI 3307A

Tafsir Ayat and al-Hadith al-Ahkam

3

EDI 4001

Islamic Theological Thought

2

EDI 4202

Al-Qawaid al-Fiqhiyyah and al-Maqasid al-Syar’iyyah

3

EDI 4306

Method of Teaching Islamic Education I

3

EDI 4604

Da’wah and Leadership

3

Total Credit Hour

30


MINOR IN MORAL EDUCATION

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

EDC 1350

Moral Development from the Psychological Perspective

3

EDC 1351

Moral Development from the Sociological Perspective

3

EDC 1352

Civics and Citizenship Education

3

EDC 2354

Introduction to Moral Philosophy

3

EDC 2355

Moral Philosophy from the Islamic Perspective

3

EDC 3360

Social Work for Community Service

3

EDC 3362

Contemporary Moral Issues

3

EDC 3363

Curriculum of Moral Education

3

EDC 4365

Methods of Teaching Moral Education I

3

EDC 4366

Methods of Teaching Moral Education II

3

Total Credit  Hour

30

MINOR IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

EDT 1301

Informational Technology in Teaching and Learning

3

EDT 1302

Introduction to Digital Photography

3

EDT 1602

Fundamentals of Multimedia Technology

3

EDT 2203

Instructional Design and Multimedia

3

EDT 2604

Internet Applications in Education

3

EDT 3205

Introduction to Computer Programming

3

EDT 3506

Managing Information Technology

3

EDT 3307

Teaching Methodology for Information Technology

3

EDT 4608

Data Communication and Networking

3

EDT 4609

Digital Imaging and Animation Technology

3

Total Credit  Hour

30

    

5. PRACTICAL TRAINING

Students are required to undergo two (2) levels of practical training and need to fulfill the specified required credit hour accordingly, as shown in the following table.

 

Programme:  Bachelor of Education (TESL, TASL & ISED)

Level

Course Code/

Course Title

Credit Hour

Duration

Semester / Year of Study

1

EDC 2901

Practicum I

2

4 weeks

Semester 3 / Year 3

2

EDC 4903

Practicum II

8

12 weeks

Semester 2 / Year 4

 

Programme:  Bachelor of Education (Guidance and Counselling)

Level

Course Code/

Course Title

Credit Hour

Duration

Semester / Year of Study

1

EDG 3903

Counselling Practicum

3

7 weeks (240 hours)

Semester 3 / Year 3

2

EDG 4904

Counselling Internship

6

15 weeks

(500 hours)

Semester 2 / Year 4

 

EDC 2901 – PRACTICUM I

Students will undergo Practicum I in the third (3rd) semester of Year 3 for 4 weeks.  The School Orientation Programme (SOP) is an exposure programme.  Students are required to continue their practicum in the selected schools for 4 weeks to complete the First Phase of Teaching Practice.

 

EDC 4903 – PRACTICUM II (TEACHING PRACTICE)

After completing all courses (major and minor courses), students are eligible to undergo Practicum II for 12 weeks.  The objective is to enable students to practice and apply the concepts, skills, principles previously learned during training.  They will teach subjects related to their field of specialization.  They may however, teach other school subjects if required by the school they are attached to.  Supervisors may also observe them teaching these subjects but only for the purpose of giving guidance and counseling but NOT for evaluation.

 

EDG 3903 – COUNSELING PRACTICUM

Students will undergo Counseling Practicum in the third (3rd) semester of Year 3. This initial placement at a counseling site (school or agency) is aimed to give the students an opportunity to make observations on a real counseling setting.  Students are required to spend a total of 240 hours in the practicum and weekly on-campus supervisions.

 

EDG 4904 – COUNSELING INTERNSHIP

After completing all courses (major and minor), students are eligible to undergo a Counseling Internship.  The internship is a field experience in which students apply knowledge and skills needed for successful practice as school or agency counselors.  It is comprises of 500 hours on-site under the supervision of an approved site supervisor who is a practicing counselor.  As part of 500 hours, interns are to have a minimum of 200 hours of direct contact with clients.