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Get hands-on experience with ethical hacking and security tools to mitigate security risks and prevent cyberattacks. Find out more about the track HERE.


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Unlock the power of data-driven decision making though data, visualisation and predictive modelling. Find out more about the track HERE.


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Grasp modern business fundamentals through core business disciplines like finance, marketing, management and accounting. Find out more about the track HERE.

Registration for BYOC open elective courses are opened for every trimester through CamSys. Refer to the formal subject registration deadline. These courses are opened to students undertaking a Bachelor’s Degree programme, if a student’s programme structure has slots for the student to take open elective courses.

Review your academic programme structure now or consult with your programme coordinator.

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FAQs

BYOC courses are available to students pursuing an undergraduate (UG) programme at MMU provided their academic programme structure allows it. Refer to your academic programme structure to confirm eligibility.

Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

An academic programme structure is your course planner which shows all the courses you need to take and pass in order to complete your degree or diploma, by year and trimester of study. A programme structure shows all core, elective, and MPU courses that must be fulfilled for the particular academic programme.

The academic programme structure is unique to each program and intake session.

The academic programme structure (pertinent to your intake session) can be obtained from your faculty.

No, they are not equivalent. You only need to complete 9 credit hours of open elective courses within a track to earn the track. A degree minor typically requires 15 – 30 credit hours, depending on the programme / institution.

The majority of BYOC open elective courses are associated with tracks, but there are also some that are not. You may enroll in any open elective course you prefer, and if you fulfill 9 credit hours of courses associated within the same track, you would have completed that track.

Yes, there are different types of elective courses: those that are tied to your programme and those that not, known as open electives. For the open electives, you may choose any of the BYOC open elective courses.

Consult with your program coordinator to learn more about your options for elective courses.