FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

1 Senate App 27 January 2018 FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AUGUST 2013 INTAKE ONWARDS 1. FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREEREGULATIONS In the FASS Bachelor of Arts Degree Regulations document the following are stated: • In order to graduate with a Major status, a student needs to have passed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits in their declared Single Majordiscipline. • In order to get a Minor status, a minimum of 24 Modular Credits isrequired. In conjunction with these clauses above, the following is the Bachelor of Arts Programme Structure for the respective disciplines: 2.

SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY 2.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Sociology & Anthropology, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Sociology & Anthropology Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AA-1201 Making Sense of Society AA-1202 Understanding Culture 2000 AA-2201 Social Thought AA-2202 Kinship, Marriage and Gender* / AG-2403 Kinship, Marriage and Gender AA-2203 Social Stratification AA-2204 Society, Culture and Economy AA-2205 Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism 4000 AA-4201 Advanced Social Theory AA-4203 Social Research Methods Seminar II AA-4204 Anthropology of Religion AA-4206 Popular Culture & Mass Media *double-coded modules 2.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Sociology & Anthropology as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Sociology & Anthropology component of the Double Major:

2 Senate App 27 January 2018 Level Module code and Name 1000 AA-1201 Making Sense of Society AA-1202 Understanding Culture 2000 AA-2201 Social Thought AA-2202 Kinship, Marriage and Gender* / AG-2403 Kinship, Marriage and Gender AA-2203 Social Stratification AA-2204 Society, Culture and Economy AA-2205 Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism 4000 AA-4201 Advanced Social Theory AA-4203 Social Research Methods Seminar II AA-4204 Anthropology of Religion AA-4206 Popular Culture & Mass Media *double-coded modules 2.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Sociology & Anthropology as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Sociology & Anthropology Major of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AA-1201 Making Sense of Society AA-1202 Understanding Culture 2000 AA-2201 Social Thought AA-2202 Kinship, Marriage and Gender* / AG-2403 Kinship, Marriage and Gender AA-2203 Social Stratification AA-2204 Society, Culture and Economy AA-2205 Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism 4000 AA-4201 Advanced Social Theory AA-4203 Social Research Methods Seminar II AA-4204 Anthropology of Religion AA-4206 Popular Culture & Mass Media *double-coded modules 2.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Sociology & Anthropology must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AA-1201 Making Sense of Society AA-1202 Understanding Culture

3 Senate App 27 January 2018 2.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Sociology & Anthropology major: Level Module Code and Name 2000 AZ-2202 Social Inquiry 3000 AA-3301 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia I AA-3302 Social Psychology AA-3303 Society and Culture in Borneo AA-3304 Urban Society AA-3305 Asian Anthropology and Asian Anthropologists AA-3306 People’s and Cultures of Southeast Asia II AA-3307 Sociology of Muslim Societies AA-3308 Sociology of the Body*/AG-3404 Sociology of the Body AZ-3304 Sociology of Development AZ-3309 Education and Society in a Globalised World 4000 AA-4301 Advanced Social Theory AA-4302 Research Methods Seminar I AA-4305 Politics and Law in Comparative Perspective AD-4305 Migration, Mobility and Development AZ-4310 Anthropology of Food AH-4312 Oral Sources and Methods for Historians and Social Scientists *double-coded modules 3.

BAHASA MELAYU & LINGUISTIK 3.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AB-1201 Pengantar Linguistik Melayu AB-1202 Fonetik dan Fonologi Bahasa Melayu 2000 AB-2201 Morfologi Bahasa Melayu AB-2202 Sintaksis Bahasa Melayu AB-2203 Semantik 4000 AB-4201 Seminar Bahasa 3.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik component of the Double Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AB-1201 Pengantar Linguistik Melayu AB-1202 Fonetik dan Fonologi Bahasa Melayu

4 Senate App 27 January 2018 2000 AB-2201 Morfologi Bahasa Melayu AB-2202 Sintaksis Bahasa Melayu AB-2203 Semantik 4000 AB-4201 Seminar Bahasa 3.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik component of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AB-1201 Pengantar Linguistik Melayu AB-1202 Fonetik dan Fonologi Bahasa Melayu 2000 AB-2201 Morfologi Bahasa Melayu AB-2202 Sintaksis Bahasa Melayu AB-2203 Semantik 4000 AB-4201 Seminar Bahasa 3.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. Out of the minimum 24 modular credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AB-1201 Pengantar Linguistik Melayu AB-1202 Fonetik dan Fonologi Bahasa Melayu 3.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Bahasa Melayu & Linguistik major: Level Module code and Name 2000 AB-2301 Sosiolinguistik AB-2302 Analisis Kesalahan Bahasa AB-2303 Metodologi Penyelidikan Linguistik 3000 AB-3301 Kecekapan Komunikasi Lisan AB-3302 Bahasa dan Politik AB-3303 Bahasa dan Aksara AB-3304 Linguistik dan Kesusasteraan AB-3305 Bahasa dan Penulisan AB-3306 Bahasa dan Kewartawanan

5 Senate App 27 January 2018 4000 AB-4301 Psikolinguistik AB-4302 Tatabahasa Generatif AB-4303 Analisis Wacana AB-4304 Linguistik Sejarawi AB-4305 Teori-Teori Linguistik AB-4308 Latihan Ilmiah AB-4309 Bahasa, Budaya dan Masyarakat AB-4310 Perkembangan Penelitian Tatabahasa Bahasa Melayu AB-4311 Neurolinguistik AB-4312 Standardisasi dan Perancangan Bahasa AB-4313 Linguistik dan Terjemahan AB-4314 Pragmatik 4. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION & THE MEDIA 4.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Professional Communication & the Media, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Professional Communication & the Media Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AC-1201 Introduction to Communication AC-1202 Introduction to Media Studies 2000 AC-2201 Analyzing Written Genres AC-2202 Analyzing Visual Communication AC-2203 History of the Media and Their Influences AC-2204 Analyzing Talk 4.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Professional Communication & the Media as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Professional Communication & the Media component of the Double Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AC-1201 Introduction to Communication AC-1202 Introduction to Media Studies 2000 AC-2201 Analyzing Written Genres AC-2202 Analyzing Visual Communication AC-2203 History of the Media and Their Influences AC-2204 Analyzing Talk

6 Senate App 27 January 2018 4.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Professional Communication & the Media as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credit within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Professional Communication & the Media Major of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AC-1201 Introduction to Communication AC-1202 Introduction to Media Studies 2000 AC-2201 Analyzing Written Genres AC-2202 Analyzing Visual Communication AC-2203 History of the Media and Their Influences AC-2204 Analyzing Talk 4.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Professional Communication & the Media must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AC-1201 Introduction to Communication AC-1202 Introduction to Media Studies 4.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Professional Communication & the Media major: Level Module code and Name 2000 AL-2204 Film and Literature AM-2402 Drama Skills for Effective Communication 3000 AC-3301 Media Ethics AC-3302 Cross-Cultural Communication AC-3303 Principles and Practice of Photography and Photojournalism AC-3304 Narrative Studies and the Media AC-3305 Principles and Practice of Video Production AC-3306 Communication in Advertising

7 Senate App 27 January 2018 4000 AC-4301 Issues and Practices in Workplace Communication AC-4302 Political Economy of the Media AC-4303 Film Studies AC-4304 Advanced Photography AC-4305 Research Methods for Professional Communication and the Media AC-4306 Trends in New Media: Principles and Practice AC-4307 Television Studies AC-4308 Communication and Popular Culture AC-4309 Short Film Making AC-4310 Academic Exercise 2 AC-4311 News Production AC-4312 Communication and Event Design 5. GEOGRAPHY & DEVELOPMENT 5.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Geography & Development, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Geography & Development Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AD-1201 Spatial Patterns of Development AD-1202 Population & Development 2000 AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences 5.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Geography & Development as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Geography & Development component of the Double Major. Level Module code and Name 1000 AD-1201 Spatial Patterns of Development AD-1202 Population & Development 2000 AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences OR AV-2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods Any student wishing to obtain a Double Major in Geography & Development and Environmental Studies should take either AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences or AV- 2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods. 5.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Geography & Development as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

8 Senate App 27 January 2018 The following modules must be taken as core for the Geography & Development Major of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AD-1201 Spatial Patterns of Development AD-1202 Population & Development 2000 AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences 5.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Geography & Development must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AD-1201 Spatial Patterns of Development AD-1202 Population & Development 5.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Geography & Development major: Level Module code and Name 2000 AD-2301 Resources and Development AD-2302 Sustainable Resource Management AD-2303 Applied Research Methods in Social Sciences AD-2304 Economy and Society of Brunei Darussalam AD-2305 Development and Planning Issues AD-2306 Geographies of Consumption 3000 AD-3301 Southeast Asia and The World AD-3302 Place, Cultures and Identities AD-3303 Geographies of Gender and Development* /AG-3403 Geographies of Gender and Development AD-3304 Land Administration and Development AD-3305 Urban Economy and Culture AD-3306 Globalisation and Development AD-3307 Sustainability Research through Experiential Learning* /AV-3307 Sustainability Research through Experiential Learning

9 Senate App 27 January 2018 4000 AD-4301 Academic Exercise I AD-4302 BSB as a Sustainable City AD-4303 Development Policy and Administration AD-4304 Social Welfare and Protection AD-4305 Migration, Mobility and Development AD-4306 Academic Exercise II AD-4307 Biomimicry* / AV-4307 Biomimicry AD-4308 Landuse and Development AD-4309 Financial Networks in Society AD-4310 World Regional Geography AD-4311 Virtual Geographies, Space, and Culture AW-4320 Biocultural Diversity 5000 AF-5310 Tourism of Southeast Asia *double-coded modules 6. ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS 6.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in English Language & Linguistics, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the English Language & Linguistics Single Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AE-1201 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics I AE-1202 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics II 2000 AE-2201 The Structure of English AE-2202 Language in Society AE-2203 Discourse Analysis AE-2204 Psycholinguistics 6.2 Double Major A student wishing to take English Language & Linguistics as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the English Language & Linguistics component of the Double Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AE-1201 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics I AE-1202 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics II 2000 AE-2201 Structure of English AE-2202 Language in Society AE-2203 Discourse Analysis AE-2204 Psycholinguistics

10 Senate App 27 January 2018 6.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take English Language & Linguistics as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the English Language & Linguistics Major of the Double Degree: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AE-1201 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics I AE-1202 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics II 2000 AE-2201 The Structure of English AE-2202 Language in Society AE-2203 Discourse Analysis AE-2204 Psycholinguistics 6.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in English Language & Linguistics must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AE-1201 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics I AE-1202 Introduction to English Language & Linguistics II 6.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the English Language & Linguistics major: Level Module Code and Name 3000 AE-3301 Language Acquisition AE-3302 Language and Gender*/ AG-3402 Language and Gender AE-3303 Language Issues in Brunei AE-3304 The History of English 4000 AE-4301 Translation: Theory and Practice AE-4302 Systemic Functional Grammar AE-4303 Semantics AE-4304 Advanced Phonetics and Phonology AE-4305 Bilingualism: Theory and Practice AE-4306 Research Methods in Linguistics AE-4307 Pragmatics AE-4308 Forensic Linguistics AE-4309 Language Disorders AE-4310 Models of Syntax AE-4311 World Englishes AE-4312 Critical Discourse Analysis AE-4313 Academic Exercise

11 Senate App 27 January 2018 5000 AE-5201 Research Methods AE-5202 Pronunciation and Grammar AE-5203 Sociolinguistics AE-5204 Spoken and Written Discourse Analysis AE-5205 English in Multilingual Societies in Southeast Asia AE-5206 Research Exercise AE-5301 Advanced Phonetics AE-5302 Bilingual and Multilingual Societies AE-5303 Issues in Language Acquisition AN-4323 Introduction to the Philosophy of Language *double-coded modules 7. HISTORICAL STUDIES 7.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Historical Studies, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Historical Studies Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AH-1201 The State and Society in World Civilizations AH-1202 The Making of Brunei Darussalam 2000 AH-2201 History Practice I: Thought and Method in Recent Approaches AH-2203 History Practice II: Study of Historical Documents 7.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Historical Studies as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Historical Studies component of the Double Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AH-1201 The State and Society in World Civilizations AH-1202 The Making of Brunei Darussalam 2000 AH-2201 History Practice I: Thought and Method in Recent Approaches AH-2203 History Practice II: Study of Historical Documents 7.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Historical Studies as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Historical Studies Major of the Double Degree:

12 Senate App 27 January 2018 Level Module code and Name 1000 AH-1201 The State and Society in World Civilizations AH-1202 The Making of Brunei Darussalam 2000 AH-2201 History Practice I: Thought and Method in Recent Approaches AH-2203 History Practice II: Study of Historical Documents 7.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Historical Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AH-1201 The State and Society in World Civilizations AH-1202 The Making of Brunei Darussalam 7.5 Major Options The following is a list of option modules for the Historical Studies major: Level Module Code and Name 2000 AH-2301 South Asia: The Dawn of History AH-2302 Imperialism and European Expansion Overseas AH-2304 Islam in a Changing Southeast Asia AH-2305 'History and Memory Wars' in Asia Pacific AH-2306 Transformation of Malaysia until 2000 AH-2307 Sejarah Sosio-Ekonomi Brunei Sejak Abad ke-19 AH-2308 GIobaI Issues An introduction to International Studies AH-2309 Indonesia in the 20th Century: From a Political Concept to a Regional Power AH-2310 Tradition and Modernisation in Brunei Darussalam AH-2311 Sejarah Pendidikan Brunei (1850 – 2015) 3000 AH-3301 History and/as Popular Culture in Southeast Asia AH-3302 End of Empires: European Decolonization in the 20th Century AH-3303 Reading Cultural History AH-3304 Culture, Identity and Politics in the Malay World AH-3305 Kesultanan Melayu Tradisional: Kepimpinan dan Kuasa AH-3306 International Relations: History and Theory AH-3307 GIobaI Environmental History since 1500 AD AH-3308 Sejarah Sarawak dan Sabah sejak tahun 1800 AH-3309 Sejarah Politik Brunei 1950-2017 4000 AH-4301 Academic Exercise I AH-4302 Emergence of a Superpower: US Political History and Foreign Policy Since 1783 AH-4303 Southeast Asia from Subsistence to Industrialization

13 Senate App 27 January 2018 AH-4304 The Formation of States in East Asia (6th to 15th Centuries) AH-4305 World of Islam: Global History and Muslim Societies AH-4307 European History since 1789 AH-4308 India and Its Neighbours: Accommodations, Conflicts and Interactions AH-4309 Globalizing Southeast Asia: ASEAN and International Organizations AH-4310 The Making of Modern East Asia (1840-1940) AH-4311 The Making of the Asia-Pacific AH-4312 Oral Sources and Methods for Historians and Social Scientists AH-4313 History, Philosophy and Theory AH-4314 Japan and Southeast Asia: World War II and Beyond 5000 AH-5301 Major Themes in the Pre-Modern History of Southeast Asia AH-5302 A Comparative History of Modern Southeast Asia AH-5304 Kebangkitan Islam di Asia Tenggara AH-5305 Nasionalisme dan Pembinaan Bangsa AH-5306 Sistem Kerajaan dan Pentadbiran Tradisional Asia Tenggara AH-5311 Themes and Issues in the Comparative History of Southeast Asia 8.

ENGLISH LITERATURE 8.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in English Literature, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the English Literature Single Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AL-1201 Introduction to English Literature AL-1202 Literary Appreciation and Criticism 2000 AL-2201 From Romantic to Decadent AL-2202 Drama Studies*/AM-2401 Drama Studies AL-2203 20th Century Literature AL-2204 Film and Literature 4000 AL-4201 Contemporary Critical Theory AL-4205 Postcolonial Literature *double-coded modules 8.2 Double Major A student wishing to take English Literature as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the English Literature component of the Double Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AL-1201 Introduction to English Literature AL-1202 Literary Appreciation and Criticism 2000 AL-2201 From Romantic to Decadent AL-2202 Drama Studies* /AM-2401 Drama Studies AL-2203 20th Century Literature AL-2204 Film and Literature

14 Senate App 27 January 2018 4000 AL-4201 Contemporary Critical Theory AL-4205 Postcolonial Literature *double-coded modules 8.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take English Literature as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the English Literature Major of the Double Degree: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AL-1201 Introduction to English Literature AL-1202 Literary Appreciation and Criticism 2000 AL-2201 From Romantic to Decadent AL-2202 Drama Studies*/AM-2401 Drama Studies AL-2203 20th Century Literature AL-2204 Film and Literature 4000 AL-4201 Contemporary Critical Theory AL-4205 Postcolonial Literature *double-coded modules 8.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in English Literature must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AL-1201 Introduction to English Literature AL-1202 Literary Appreciation and Criticism 8.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the English Literature programme: Level Module Code and Name 2000 AL-2305 Popular Fiction AL-2306 Gender, Time & Space in Literature*/ AG-2402 Gender, Time & Space in Literature AN-2305 The Western Canon AN-2306 Global Shakespeare 3000 AL-3301 Script-writing*/ AM-3401 Script-writing AL-3302 Writing Poetry and Short Stories AL-3303 Postmodern Theatre*/ AM-3403 Postmodern Theatre AL-3304 Language and Literature AL-3305 Theatre Production*/ AM-3402 Theatre Production

15 Senate App 27 January 2018 4000 AL-4302 American Literature AL-4304 Life Writing AL-4306 Research Project AL-4307 Literature of America’s Minorities AL-4308 Literature for Children AL-4309 Southeast Asian Literature*/ AF-5306 Literature of SEA AN-4307 Contemporary Fiction *double-coded modules 9. ART & CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY 9.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Art & Creative Technology, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Art & Creative Technology Single Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AR-1201 Introduction to Visual Art AR-1202 Design Studies I AR-1203 Painting I AR-1204 Creative Art Technology 2000 AR-2201 Graphic Design AR-2202 Art History AR-2203 Motion Graphics AR-2204 Sculpture and 3D Design 4000 AR-4201 Directed Study AR-4204 Capstone Project 9.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Art & Creative Technology as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Art & Creative Technology component of the Double Major: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AR-1201 Introduction to Visual Art AR-1202 Design Studies I AR-1203 Painting I AR-1204 Creative Art Technology 2000 AR-2201 Graphic Design AR-2202 Art History AR-2203 Motion Graphics AR-2204 Sculpture and 3D Design 4000 AR-4201 Directed Study AR-4204 Capstone Project

16 Senate App 27 January 2018 9.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Art & Creative Technology as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Art & Creative Technology Major of the Double Degree: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AR-1201 Introduction to Visual Art AR-1202 Design Studies I AR-1203 Painting I AR-1204 Creative Art Technology 2000 AR-2201 Graphic Design AR-2202 Art History AR-2203 Motion Graphics AR-2204 Sculpture and 3D Design 4000 AR-4201 Directed Study AR-4204 Capstone Project 9.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Art & Creative Technology must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor in Art & Creative Technology: Level Module Code and Name 1000 AR-1201 Introduction to Visual Art AR-1203 Painting I 9.5 Major Options The following is a list of option modules for the Art & Creative Technology programme: Level Module Code and Name 3000 AR-3301 Introduction to 3D Animation AR-3302 Advanced Painting AR-3303 Digital Photography & Videography AR-3304 3D Animation & Digital Illustration 4000 AR-4302 Mixed-Media & Multimedia Art AR-4303 Design Studies II AR-4305 Ceramics & Product Design AR-4306 Creative Industry & Cultural Study AR-4307 Bruneian Traditional Art & Crafts

17 Senate App 27 January 2018 10. KESUSASTERAAN MELAYU 10.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Kesusasteraan Melayu, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Kesusasteraan Melayu Single Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AS-1201 Kesusasteraan Melayu Tradisional AS-1203 Kesusasteraan Melayu Moden 2000 AS-2201 Penulisan Kreatif dan Deskriptif AS-2202 Kaedah Penyelidikan AS-2203 Pengurusan Sastera AS-2204 Teori Dan Kritikan Sastera 10.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Kesusasteraan Melayu as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years.

The following modules must be taken as core for the Kesusasteraan Melayu component of the Double Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AS-1201 Kesusasteraan Melayu Tradisional AS-1203 Kesusasteraan Melayu Moden 2000 AS-2201 Penulisan Kreatif dan Deskriptif AS-2202 Kaedah Penyelidikan AS-2203 Pengurusan Sastera AS-2204 Teori Dan Kritikan Sastera 10.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Kesusasteraan Melayu as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years.

The following modules must be taken as core to the Kesusasteraan Melayu Major of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AS-1201 Kesusasteraan Melayu Tradisional AS-1203 Kesusasteraan Melayu Moden 2000 AS-2201 Penulisan Kreatif dan Deskriptif AS-2202 Kaedah Penyelidikan AS-2203 Pengurusan Sastera AS-2204 Teori Dan Kritikan Sastera

18 Senate App 27 January 2018 10.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Kesusasteraan Melayu must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AS-1201 Kesusasteraan Melayu Tradisional AS-1203 Kesusasteraan Melayu Moden 10.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Kesusasteraan Melayu major programme: Level Module code and Name 1000 AS-1301 Kesusasteraan Brunei Moden AS-1302 Kesusasteraan Brunei Tradisional AS-1303 Sastera dan Masyarakat AS-1304 Sastera dan Media 2000 AS-2301 Sastera dan Pendidikan AS-2302 Sastera Kanak-Kanak dan Remaja 3000 AS-3301 Sastera dan Falsafah AS-3302 Teks Sastera dan Keagamaan AS-3303 Sastera dan Psikologi AS-3304 Kajian Manuskrip Melayu AS-3305 Sastera dan Alam Sekitar AS-3306 Seni Persembahan Melayu 4000 AS-4301 Latihan Ilmiah I AS-4302 Latihan Ilmiah II AS-4303 Kajian Antara Disiplin AS-4304 Drama Melayu AS-4305 Sastera Islam AS-4306 Puisi Melayu AS-4307 Estetik dalam Karya Sastera AS-4308 Sastera Rakyat Melayu AS-4309 Kesusasteraan Bandingan AS-4310 Stailistik Sastera AS-4311 Prosa Melayu AS-4312 Kajian Budaya Sastera 11.

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 11.1 Single Major In order to graduate with a Single Major in Environmental Studies, a student will need to have successfully completed a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Environmental Studies Single Major:

19 Senate App 27 January 2018 Level Module code and Name 1000 AV-1201 Introduction to Environments and Environmental Issues AV-1202 Environmental Systems 2000 AV-2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods OR AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences 11.2 Double Major A student wishing to take Environmental Studies as part of their Double Major must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 52 Modular Credits within 4 to 6 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Environmental Studies component of the Double Major: Level Module code and Name 1000 AV-1201 Introduction to Environments and Environmental Issues AV-1202 Environmental Systems 2000 AV-2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods OR AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences Any student wishing to obtain a Double Major in Environmental Studies and Geography & Development should take either AV-2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods or AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences.

11.3 Double Degree A student wishing to take Environmental Studies as part of their Double Degree must obtain the Dean’s recommendation and successfully complete a minimum of 72 Modular Credits within 5 to 7 years. The following modules must be taken as core for the Environmental Studies Major of the Double Degree: Level Module code and Name 1000 AV-1201 Introduction to Environments and Environmental Issues AV-1202 Environmental Systems 2000 AV-2201 Introduction to Quantitative Methods OR AD-2201 Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences 11.4 Minor Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Environmental Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

Out of the minimum 24 Modular Credits, it is recommended that the following modules be taken for the Minor programme:

20 Senate App 27 January 2018 Level Module code and Name 1000 AV-1201 Introduction to Environments and Environmental Issues AV-1202 Environmental Systems 11.5 Major Options The following is the list of option modules for the Environmental Studies major: Level Module code and Name 1000 SC-1401 Chemistry of the Environment 2000 AV-2301 Introduction to Spatial Information Systems AV-2302 Atmospheric and Hydrological Processes AV-2303 Environmental Hazards I AV-2304 The Physical Environment of Brunei Darussalam AV-2305 Philosophy and the Environment AV-2306 Landforms and Landforming Processes AV-2307 Ecosystem Dynamics AV-2308 Introduction to Geomatics AV-2309 Cartography and Map Analysis AV-2310 Research Methods and Fieldwork in Environmental Studies AV-2311 Environmental Ethics 3000 AV-3301 Introduction to Remote Sensing AV-3302 Climate Change: Science AV-3303 Tropical Rainforest Environments AV-3304 Integrated Coastal Management AV-3305 Environmental Hazards II AV-3306 Environmental Data Acquisition * AV-3307 Sustainability Research through Experiential Learning /AD-3307 Sustainability Research through Experiential Learning SP-3407 Introduction to Renewable Energy 4000 AV-4301 Academic Exercise I AV-4302 Wetland Ecology and Management AV-4303 Environmental Impact Assessment AV-4304 Radar Remote Sensing AV-4305 Environmental Policy AV-4306 Academic Exercise II *AV-4307 Biomimicry/ AD-4307 Biomimicry AV-4308 Advanced Topics in GIS AV-4309 Climate Change: Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation AV-4310 Environmental Modelling AV-4311 Advanced Environmental Remote Sensing: Focus on Borneo AV-4313 Heart of Borneo AD-4308 Land use and Development AD-4310 World Regional Geography AD-4302 BSB as a Sustainable City AW-4320 Biocultural Diversity SB-4301 Conservation & Management of Living Resources 5000 AF-5310 Tourism of Southeast Asia *double-coded modules

21 Senate App 27 January 2018 12. MINOR PROGRAMMES 12.1 SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Southeast Asian Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject. The modules listed below are those modules available for this Minor. Level Module Code and Name 2000 AH-2304 Islam in a Changing Southeast Asia AH-2305 'History and Memory Wars' in Asia Pacific AT-2405 Tourism in Southeast Asia 3000 AA-3301 Peoples & Cultures of SE Asia I AA-3303 Society and Culture in Borneo AA-3305 Asian Anthropology and Asian Anthropologists AA-3306 Peoples & Cultures of SE Asia II AD-3301 Southeast Asia and The World AH-3301 History and/as Popular Culture in Southeast Asia 4000 BE-4310 ASEAN Economies AH-4303 Southeast Asia from Subsistence to Industrialization AH-4309 Globalizing Southeast Asia: ASEAN and International Organizations 12.2 GENDER STUDIES Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Gender Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

The modules listed below are those modules available for this Minor. It is recommended that the Level 1000 modules be taken for the Minor programme, supplemented by other modules to reach the 24 Modular Credits required: Level Module code and Name 1000 AG-1401 Understanding Gender AG-1402 Masculinities & Femininities 2000 AG-2402 Gender, Time & Space in Literature*/ AL-2306 Gender, Time & Space in Literature AG-2403 Kinship, Marriage & Gender*/ AA-2202 Kinship, Marriage & Gender 3000 AG-3401 Gender & the Media AG-3402 Language & Gender*/ AE-3302 Language & Gender AG-3403 Geographies of Gender and Development* / AD-3303 Geographies of Gender and Development AG-3404 Sociology of the Body*/ AA-3308 Sociology of the Body *double-coded modules 12.3 DRAMA & THEATRE STUDIES Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Drama & Theatre Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

22 Senate App 27 January 2018 The modules listed below are those modules available for this Minor. It is recommended that the Level 1000 modules be taken for the Minor programme, supplemented by other modules to reach the 24 Modular Credits required: Level Module code and Name 1000 AM-1401 Introduction to Drama AM-1402 Introduction to Theatre 2000 AM-2401 Drama Studies*/ AL-2202 Drama Studies AM-2402 Drama Skills for Effective Communication AM-2403 Cross-cultural Theatre 3000 AM-3401 Script-writing*/ AL-3301 Script-writing AM-3402 Theatre Production*/ AL-3305 Theatre Production AM-3403 Postmodern Theatre*/ AL-3303 Postmodern Theatre *double-coded modules 12.4 PHILOSOPHY Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Philosophy must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

The modules listed below are those modules available for this Minor. It is recommended that the Level 1000 modules be taken for the Minor programme, supplemented by other modules to reach the 24 Modular Credits required: Level Module code and Name 1000 AP-1401 An Introduction to Islamic Philosophy AP-1402 Introduction to Reasoning and Critical Thinking AP-1403 Central Issues in Philosophy AP-1404 Business Ethics AP-1406 Issues in Contemporary Islamic Thought 2000 AP-2401 Philosophical Ethics AP-2402 History of Modern Philosophy I: From Descartes to Kant AP-2403 History of Modern Philosophy II: From Hegel to Postmodernism AP-2404 Philosophical Reflections on Life and Death 3000 AP-3401 History and Philosophy of Science and Technology AP-3402 Self: A Philosophical Enquiry AP-3403 Introduction to Wittgenstein's Philosophy 4000 AN-4323 Introduction to the Philosophy of Language 12.5 TOURISM Any student wishing to obtain a Minor status in Tourism Studies must successfully complete a minimum of 24 Modular Credits in order to gain a Minor in this subject.

The modules listed below are those modules available for this Minor. It is recommended that the Level 1000 modules be taken for the Minor programme, supplemented by other modules to reach the 24 Modular Credits required:

23 Senate App 27 January 2018 Level Module code and Name 1000 AT-1401 Tourism: Concepts and Models AT-1402 Tourism: Culture, History and Landscapes 2000 AT-2401 Ecotourism AT-2402 Cultural and Heritage Tourism AT-2403 Visitor Attractions: Issues and Challenges AT-2404 Trail Tourism AT-2405 Tourism in Southeast Asia AT-2406 Tourism Marketing AW-3313 Tourism in Developing Countries AW-3314 Tourism Society and Development End of Document