The Malaysian Government has launched the Malaysia Digital Economy Action Framework (MyDigital) and is expected to create 500,000 job opportunities in the field of information technology that need to be filled by local IT experts. This program aligns with the current needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) and 21st-century learning using a transdisciplinary approach. The program, designed in a transdisciplinary manner, has the potential to attract a larger number of student admissions from various fields, targeting candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in any field from any recognized Higher Education Institution by the Senate of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. The program also incorporates future skills development, including aspects of business (including business law and intellectual property) and exposure to and use of the latest technology, supported by industry panels and other stakeholders. Furthermore, the program has produced knowledgeable entrepreneurs providing technology-based solutions and digital business. It is expected to meet current market needs, remain relevant, and attract the interest of many prospective students. Graduates of this program are capable of running IT-based businesses and indirectly creating job opportunities for the public.

Meanwhile, the offering of the Bachelor’s-Master’s Integration Program (PRISMS) to students can encourage postgraduate student enrollment in this program. The program also accepts student applicants through APEL A and APEL C, considering work experience and credit transfer. The Teaching and Learning Methodology (PdP) for courses in this program is student-centered, employing active learning. In addition to face-to-face learning, the program will also use blended learning methods assisted by digital applications, such as online meeting applications like WEBEX and UTM e-Learning, for synchronous or asynchronous online learning implementation. A transformative 21st-century delivery-based PdP is also applied in this program. The methods used are based on the New Academia Learning Innovation (NALI), such as:
i. Problem-Based Learning
ii. Case Studies
iii. Collaborative Assignments

In addition to traditional assessments, courses in this program will also use alternative assessments. Alternative assessment is a method that measures the level of student mastery compared to the level of student knowledge through Project-Based Assessment and Case Study-Based Assessment methods. It refers to the understanding of students in completing an assignment by utilizing existing knowledge.



The Master in IT Entrepreneurship program aims to produce digital entrepreneurs who are:
PEO 1:
Competent in developing businesses through IT platforms.
PEO 2:
Proficient in demonstrating entrepreneurial and communication skills to various stakeholders, thereby initiating and leading entrepreneurial ventures to achieve sustainable and innovative business goals.
PEO 3:
Committed to practicing professional ethics and demonstrating the qualities of a digital entrepreneur through lifelong learning, establishing continuous collaboration with various stakeholders.



IT technopreneurs.



There are no prerequisite course requirements for candidates who do not meet the criteria.

  • MFMS1013 – Digital Business Application Domain
  • MFMS1023 – Digital Business Research Methodology
  • MFMS1033 – Emerging Issues in Digital Business Innovation
  • MFMS1043 – Digital Business Project Management
  • MBSM1053 – Product Creativity and Innovation
  • MFMS1073 – Digital Product Design & Development
  • MFMS1083 – Entrepreneurial Finance & Accounting
  • MFMS1093 – Digital Product Marketing & Sales

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University’s General Courses


IT Entrepreneurship Project

  • MFMS1063 – Project I – Product and Business Proposal
  • MFMS1164 – Project II – Prototype Development and Business Strategy
  • MFMS2015 – Project III – Production, Sales and Marketing
  • MFMS1103 – Digital Business Leadership
  • MFMS1123 – Digital Business Security
  • MFMS1133 – Digital Business Analytic Tool
  • MFMS1143 – Business Law and Intellectual Property
  • MFMS1153 – Negotiation and Consultancy
Entry Requirements

Admission requirements for students entering the Master in Information Technology Entrepreneurship program are as follows:
i. A Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Social Sciences, or its equivalent, recognized by the University Senate; and
ii. A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.50; or
iii. A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent with a CGPA of at least 2.00 but not achieving 2.50 requires a thorough internal assessment.
iv. A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, but not achieving a minimum CGPA of 2.00, must have a work experience of at least five (5) years in the relevant field.

Application Procedure

For more information about the admission process, please contact:

Telephone   +6075537900

To know more about the programme, please contact:

Name:  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Othman Ibrahim
Email:   othmanibrahim

Any inquiry about course registration, please contact:

Name  FM Academic Office 
Telephone +607-5610188
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