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请问有和没有 "dengan Kepujian" 的分别何在!?
« 于: 十二月 12, 2009, 11:56:06 上午 »
what is the meaning of bachelor of degree with honors??
and why some of university does not have it??
for example: http://www.fsi.com.my/?p=894 click this link~
is it mean the CGPA requirement need higher to enter this course??
please reply me thank =D
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Re: 请问有和没有 "dengan Kepujian" 的分别何在!?
« 回复 #1 于: 二月 06, 2010, 11:03:32 下午 »

Honors is part of a degree title that indicates a higher level than a general degree, normally with more research component and complexity of applied/theoretical knowledge embedded in it as compared to a general degree. In Malaysia, the UK and the rest of the world, the title of honors are declared in the title of the degree you will be awarded when you start a course. Meaning you will be fully aware whether your degree is an honors degree or not.

However, this differs from Australian and New Zealand system, where honors is an extra title that you need to earn at the end of a degree. Usually this option is given to excellent students with high achievements towards the final semester. Taking this option allows a student to complete the degree with an extra year, but with an added value of honors in the degree title. This effectively makes Australian and New Zealand’s honors degrees more valuable than other honors degrees.

Honors do not relate to 2:1, 2:2. Those are degree classifications that indicate a student’s academic achievements. There are 4 primary degree classifications:
1st class
2nd class
third class
fail

Hope it helps!

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Re: 请问有和没有 "dengan Kepujian" 的分别何在!?
« 回复 #2 于: 二月 07, 2010, 01:26:42 下午 »
那是不是说有Honors的文凭比较好和较具竞争力呢??
而且我发现在本地国立大学就只有UKM和UniMAS有提供Chemical Engineering dengan Kepujian耶.
请问还有其他的本地国立大学有提供Chemical Engineering dengan Kepujian吗?
谢谢答复.

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Re: 请问有和没有 "dengan Kepujian" 的分别何在!?
« 回复 #3 于: 二月 07, 2010, 07:30:34 下午 »
那是不是说有Honors的文凭比较好和较具竞争力呢??
而且我发现在本地国立大学就只有UKM和UniMAS有提供Chemical Engineering dengan Kepujian耶.
请问还有其他的本地国立大学有提供Chemical Engineering dengan Kepujian吗?
谢谢答复.
well,An Honours degree is still a Bachelors degree. To be more accurate, the wordings would actually read: Bachelor of <field> in <course> (Honours). For example Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours).

There are two very different system in determining an honours degree in the world today. The UK system and the Australian/NZ system. In Malaysia, we follow closely to the UK system, as most other Commonwealth countries. I can't say for sure about US universities, but it does seem that most of them use the same system as well. And as far as I know, only Australia and New Zealand uses the Australian/NZ system which i have explained beforehand.

onours degree differentiates between a professional/specialized degree and normal standard/general degree. The honours status is declared upfront before the student takes the course, meaning they would know full well if they will graduate with honours or not. Then all they had to do is pass with at least 2.00CGPA (2nd class lower) at the end of their studies.

Honours degree will have a research component at the end of the studies, normally in the form of a research thesis. This is the extra academic component that is not available in a non-honours degree. And normally professional courses take this as an essential component to determine its professional recognition.

So if you're concerned with professional recognition (for courses such as architecture, engineering, medicine, law or accountancy), be sure to pay attention to the honours title in the degree. If there's an honours, go for it. Non-honours degree are usually shorter, but honours carry more recognition.

I think You are able to do the research yourself regarding which university do offer a honours title.=)