This program is to educate and train counseling and psychology professionals by utilizing the highest external standards set by state and national licensing/certifying boards (America). Highly qualified faculty design and deliver psychology for communications studies programs through a wide range of instructional modalities. The psychology degree programs provide graduate education at regional and national locations. The program seeks qualified students from diverse populations. This program advances the counseling profession through quality and excellence in counselor education; ensuring a fair, consistent, and ethical decision-making process; serving as a responsible leader in protecting the public; promoting practices that reflect openness to growth, change and collaboration; and creating and strengthening standards that reflect the needs of society, respect the diversity of instructional approaches and strategies, and encourage program improvement and best practices.


With a strong training in Bsc in Communication Arts, alumni use their skills of persuasion and leadership in careers in health communication, sales, promotion, public relations, broadcasting, theatre, dance, music, visual arts, graphic design and many other careers that influence our society every day.

  • SPM with 5 credits inclusive of Science and Mathematics and pass in English;
  • UEC with Grade B in 5 subjects;
  • or other equivalent qualifications approved by MOHE


Year 1 Year 2
Semester 1
  • Public Speaking
  • Hubungan Etnik or Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi II
  • Computer Concepts and Applications
  • Visual Arts
Semester 1
  • World Literature After 1660
  • World History from 1500
  • General Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
Semester 2
  • Composition and Modern English I
  • Principles of Biology (Lab)
Semester 2
  • Orientation to Troy University
  • Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia Tenggara (Local) or Pengajian Malaysia 3 (International)
Semester 3
  • Pre-Calculus Algebra
  • Introduction to Drama
  • Composition and Modern English II
  • General Chemistry I (Lab)
Semester 3
  • World Literature Before 1660
  • Communications Minor Elective 1
  • Personal Health Management
  • History and Systems of Psychology
Year 3 Year 4
Semester 1
  • Communications Minor Elective 2
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Basic Statistics
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Pengurusan Ko-Kurikulum
Semester 1
  • Senior Seminar in Psychology
  • Physiological Psychology or Sensation and Perception
  • Communications Minor Elective 5
  • Principles of Counseling
Semester 2
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Communications Minor Elective 3
Semester 2
  • Communication Minor Elective 6
  • Forensic Psychology
Semester 3
  • Business and Industrial Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Communications Minor Elective 4
  • Theories of Learning
Semester 3
  • Theories of Personality
  • Social Psychology
  • Senior Project in Psychology
  • Advanced General Psychology
Year 5 Communications Studies Minor Electives
Semester 1
  • Industrial Training
  • Conflict Management
  • International / Intercultural Communication
  • Group Discussion and Leadership
  • Propaganda and Persuasion
  • Rhetorical and Communication Theory
  • Communication Research
  • Advanced Technologies in Journalism
  • Interviewing and Information
  • Organizational Communication
  • Mass Media Law


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