Authors : Saadiah J. Saadun, M. Shahril Besir and A. Kadir
Abstract: The bachelor of health administration program at UiTM was extensively revised in 2012 and 2015, respectively. This meant to ensure that it effectively suits the challenging and dynamic environment of health services management. This study literally define the systematic approach to the revisit of the undergraduate health administration program within the faculty of business and management. It mentioned the method and pro-active measurement undertaken, objectively in recognizing and highlighting generic graduate capabilities within the program that suits current market needs. The study concludes that application of outcomes-based and engaging with related key stakeholders provide this study an opportunity to identify and promote critical capabilities needed by junior administrator to support the health services industries. Further, research is required on how such graduates employability model drawn based on the capabilities found have an impact on the performance of graduates finished their industrial training.
Saadiah J. Saadun, M. Shahril Besir and A. Kadir, 2016. Embed Graduate Capabilities: Revisit Undergraduate Health Administration Education @ UITM. The Social Sciences, 11: 7498-7502.