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Doctor of Philosophy (Malay Language)

Introduction

The programme aims to provide candidates with deeper and relevant theoretical and application knowledge in the Malay Language. In this programme, candidates will be exposed to the latest developments in terms of theory and application in studies to Malay language and linguistics. The target of this programme is public and private employees and lectures from public and private institutions of higher learning, from within and outside the country to be specialists in the Malay Language and Linguistics.

Admission Requirement

  • The applicant must have a Master's Degree in Malay or a related field from a recognized university.
  • Applicants earning a Master's Degree with research and coursework are eligible to apply for this program if they achieve CGPA of 3.00.
  • Applicants earning a Master's Degree with coursework are eligible to apply for this program if they achieve CGPA 3.50.

 

Programme Requirements

a. Credit Requirements 

       PhD candidates who are pursuing this study need to complete 3 minimum credits of coursework which include courses, as follows:

 BBM6201 Advanced Linguistic Theory               3 credit  OR

 Other courses offered by the Department.

 

b. Other Needs

i. Thesis
 
SPS6999                 Doctoral Research

PhD candidates are required to register SPS6999 Doctoral Research every semester throughout the course of study. This course entails a research project and at the end of candidature, the candidate will submit a thesis. The thesis will then send for examination and a viva voce will be held to determine the candidate's competence in the area of study.

      ii. Seminar

SPS6903                Seminar 

PhD candidates are required to enroll in the SPS6903 course that represents a defense of the research proposal. This course has been taken as soon as the proposal has been approved by the Thesis Supervisory Committee. This course will be assessed and graded Satisfactory (M) or Unsatisfactory (TM).

iii. Comprehensive Examination

PhD candidates are required to pass a written and oral comprehensive examination. This examination is taken after the candidate complete all the coursework required in his programme of study. It is designed to evaluate the candidate's knowledge in the area of study and the ability to integrate knowledge about research and theory to address issues related to their field of study.

 

 

 

Updated:: 07/09/2018 [zurainijusoh]

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