About this course
The ADTP has been developed specifically to allow students to complete the first part of their American degree at Sunway University. The program has been designed in consultation with American universities to ensure that students can transfer seamlessly to America to complete their studies. Patterned after the American undergraduate degree program, Sunway University’s ADTP provides students with a mixture of major-specific and general education courses, ensuring that students are well-prepared for the next phase of their studies in the U.S.. Alongside their academic studies, students are encouraged to take part in a range of extracurricular activities, including community service, leadership and sporting opportunities. As students move towards completion of their studies at Sunway, we will help them prepare their applications to the universities of their choice
- For Business, Communication, Filmmaking, Social Sciences, Liberal Arts and related majors
- SPM / O-Level/GCSE or IGCSE: Pass with minimum 5 credit (including English)
- Unified Examination Certificate: Minimum 5 Grade Bs (including English)
- For STEM fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Aviation, Computer Science, some Social Sciences, Psychology or related majors
- SPM / O-Level/GCSE or IGCSE: Pass with minimum 5 credit (including English & Mathematics or any Science subject)
- Unified Examination Certificate: Minimum 5 Grade Bs (including English & Mathematics or any Science subject)
- IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
- Sunway Intensive English Programme (IEP): Pass Level 4 with minimum 50%
Core subjects are subjects that provide knowledge required for specific majors or fields of study. These subjects prepare the students for higher level courses in their chosen major. Students need to complete these subjects before taking their major subjects. Subjects in this area may range between 20 and 30 credit hours.
General Education Subjects
General Education subjects are referred to as General Education Requirments, and are compulsory for all students to broaden their exposure. These subjects will provide students with an overview of other disciplines and help them in their future career advancement. Subjects in this area may range between 25 and 35 credit hours.
Proficiency subjects will equip students with the necessary skills needed for university education, and some of them overlap with General Education required courses. Students may be exempted from these subjects if they can provide evidence that they obtained the acquired skills needed. Subjects in these area are:
- MATH 1024 Pre-calculus
- ENGL 1014 Fundamentals of College Writing (English Composition 1)