OFFICE OF KNOWLEDGE FOR CHANGE AND ADVANCEMENT
Governance and Policy
Office of Knowledge for Change and Advancement (KCA),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10, 50728 Kuala Lumpur
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Governance and Policy
MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO)
ACADEMIC QUALITY ASSURANCE REGULATIONS 2018
COURSE OUTLINE GUIDELINE & TEMPLATE
|With the new course outline template, course owner must prepare a course plan to be read together with the course outline. Examples of course plan templates are given in the Annex of Appendix B. Each Centre of Studies (CoS) has the right to design their own course plan tailored to the needs and requirements of each CoS. The course plan will allow innovations in teaching and at the same time guide students better in their learning experience. In summary: |
Course outline: Provides the basic information for the management and quality assurance of the course. The standardised template is to be used. Should there need to be additional information required by professional bodies, the course owner may include this as Annex 1. This course outline should be well thought-out to last the entire cycle of the curriculum without the need to re-submit to Senate.
Course plan: Provides the details on how the course is to be implemented for the particular semester. This includes details on what topic to be covered when, what activities to be done when, and the details of the assessment. There is no standardised template, as long as the information is understood and able to be monitored, the course instructor is accountable for the course plan implementation. The course plan is flexible in terms of its adaptability to the immediate needs that arise at any particular time.
New Course Outline Template endorsed by Senate ; dated 30 July 2021
Samples of Course Plan Format
Taxonomy and Soft Skill Elements
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
When do I need to submit a course outline for Senate endorsement?
Do I need to change the Course Code and Course Name (or Course Title) when I review a course outline?
GUIDELINES FOR STRONG ROOM
IIUM DISABILITY INCLUSION POLICY
General Guidelines and Regulations
National Education Code Manual (NEC)
National Education Code Manual (NEC) serves to provide a coding system of education programmes and training that will support the accurate tracking assessment and reporting of fields of study and programmes registrations and completions in Malaysia.
Code of Practice (COP)
Code of practice is a guideline for all the stakeholders about the nine quality assurance evaluation areas for quality assurance purposes. The code of practice document is compulsory to be complied with, in conducting higher education programmes. Following is the list of code of practice documents.
|No. ||Code of Practice (COP)||Document|
|1.||Institutional Audit (COPIA)
|2.||Programme Accreditation (COPPA)
|3.||COPPA Edition 2||COPPA 2|
|4.||Open and Distance Learning (COPPA-ODL)
|5.||Open and Distance Learning (COPPA-ODL) 2nd Edition||COPPA-ODL 2nd Edition|
Standards document sets general guideline of certain qualification level based on the Malaysian Qualifications Framework. Standards is compulsory to be complied by the higher education providers in conducting higher education programmes.
|1.||Executive Diploma||Standard - Executive Diploma|
|2.||Foundation||Standard - Foundation|
|3.||Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma||Standard - Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma|
|4.||Masters and Doctoral Degree||Standard - Masters and Doctoral Degree|
|5.||Masters and Doctoral Degree (2021 vs 2013)||Standard Master Doctoral Degree - 2021 vs 2013|
Programme standards is developed as a guideline to the stakeholders to assist the development of programmes in a particular field of study, which covers all the education levels: from certificate to doctoral degree.
This document outlines sets of characteristics that describe and represent the minimum levels of acceptable practices that cover all the nine quality assurance areas: programme aims and learning outcomes; curriculum design and delivery; assessment of student learning; student selection; academic staff; educational resources; programme monitoring and review; leadership, governance and administration; and continual quality improvement. The programme standards is developed by panel members in consultation with various public and private higher education providers (HEPs), relevant government and statutory agencies, professional bodies, related industries and students. The programme standards is compulsory to be complied with, in conducting the respective programmes.
Professional Bodies Manual
Guidelines to Good Practices
Guidelines to good practices is a compilation of good practices by the higher education providers (HEPs) that aim to provide guideline to the stakeholders about the nine quality assurance evaluation criteria. HEPs are encouraged to adhere to the recommended good practices.
|No. ||Guidelines to Good Practices||Document|
|1.||Academic Staff||GGP: Academic Staff|
|2.||Academic Staff Workloads||Guidelines Beban Staf Akademik|
|3.||Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) (compulsory to be complied with by the HEPs)||GGP: APEL|
|4.||Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning for Credit Award for Credit Award [APEL(C)]||GGP: APEL for Credit Award (APEL C)|
|5.||Assessment of Student||GGP: Assessment of Students|
|6.||Credit Transfer for MOOC||GGP: MOOC|
|7.||Curriculum Design and Delivery||GGP: Curriculum Design and Delivery|
|8.||Monitoring, Reviewing and Continually Improving Institutional Quality (MR-CIIQ)||GGP: Monitoring , Reviewing and Continually Improving Instituional Quality|
|9.||Malaysian Qualification Statement||Guidelines Malaysian Qualification Statement|
|10.||Guidelines on Terms Used for External Examiner, External Advisor and Advisory Board||Guidelines Istilah Pemeriksa Luar, Penasihat Luar, Lembaga Penasihat|
|11.||Work-Based Learning||GGP: Work- Based Learning|
|12.||Malaysian Qualifications Framework||Updated MQF Edition 2|
|13.||Garis Panduan Pembangunan Program Akademik Universiti Awam (GPPA) Edisi Kedua||Garis Panduan Pembangunan Program Akademik Universiti Awam (GPPA) Edisi Kedua|
|14.||Kerangka dan Elemen Kurikulum Tersedia Masa Hadapan (Future Ready Curriculum)||Lampiran 1 Kerangka dan Elemen Kurikulum Tersedia Masa Hadapan (Future Ready Curriculum) Pogram Akademik Universiti Awam (UA)|
|15.||Garis Panduan Pembangunan Program Akademik Universiti Awam Edisi Kedua||Garis Panduan Pembangunan Program Akademik Universiti Awam Edisi Kedua|
|16.||Guidlines to Good Practices: Micro-Credentials||GGP: Micro-credentials (July 2020)|
|17.||Garis Panduan Penamaan Program Pendidikan Tinggi Malaysia (Guidelines on Nomenclature of Malaysian Higher Education Programme)||Garis Panduan Penamaan Program Pendidikan Tinggi Malaysia|
|18.||Garis Panduan Permohonan Kelulusan Penubuhan/Penstrukturan/Penjenamaan dan Penaiktarafan Fakulti, Sekolah, Pusat, Akademi dan Institusi||Panduan Permohonan Entiti Akademik|
Self-Accreditation related documents
Submission document templates
Link to e-CURE system:
e-CURE Version 2 Manual:
Tutorial on how to use the e-CURE system
1. Into the system
2. Add course into this Programme
3. Course vs PLO
4. Assign course developer
5. Course vs Taxonomy
6. Course vs Soft Skills
7. Course vs SLT
Policy on Student Feedback Survey (SFS)
Link to Student Feedback Survey (SFS)
Please click this link: IIUM SFS
LETTERS AND GUIDELINES FROM MQA
|Letter from MQA on the Self-Accreditation guideline|
|Letter of Notification on the use of Self-accreditation logo|
|Certification Mark of Self-Accreditation logo|
|Appendix 1 - Establishment of New Academic Programme|
|Appendix 2 - Full Accreditation audit|
|Appendix 3 - Curriculum Review Process|
|Checklist for Visit Preparation for Centre of Studies|
SELF ACCREDITATION LOGO
|Circular on Logo|
|Certificate of Self-Accreditation Status|
What is 2u2i?
With the aim to support flexible education and Shift 1 of the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education): Holistic, Entrepreneurial and Balanced Graduates, the 2u2i academic programme is a learning concept which combines on- and off-campus learning throughout the study period.
The brand 2u2i is used to indicate learning that occurs on and off campus in various combination such as 3 years in university, 1 year in industry (3u1i), 2 years in university, 2 years in industry (2u2i) and 2 years in university, 1 year in industry (2u1i).
|To provide undergraduates with greater exposure to real working environment and experience through more learning time in their respective industries||To ensure the courses, delivery and learning methods offered by the universities are relevant and conform to industry needs through industry involvement in curriculum design|