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FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND HUMANITIES
ONLINE CLASS REGISTRATION [OCR] – SEMESTER 1, 2016
(As at November 2016)

Registration for a tutorial class via OCR is considered as confirmed registration.
However, if a student fails to attend the first tutorial, the Unit
Leader/Lecturer has the discretion to allocate that seat to another student.
The student will then have to see the Unit Leader/Lecturer concerned to register for another tutorial.
A.

Online class registration is only available to students who have fulfilled the following :
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)

Have completed the re-enrolment process.
Have not made changes to their enrolment.
Have made FULL payment before or on 19 February 2016.
Have been approved full (100%) scholarship or loan recognized by the
University.

Students who have met the above criteria will be able to do their online registration starting 9.30am on 22 February 2016 until 26 February 2016.
The software works on IE7 or Firefox only. The last date to do the OCR is on Friday, 26 February by 2.00pm. MANUAL CLASS REGISTRATION only opens on 25 February from 9.00am to 5.00pm at GP3-106. Registration will be based on a first come first serve basis.
B.

Students WILL NOT be able to do their tutorial class registrations via the
OCR if:
(i) There are time clashes in the timetable.
(ii) There are any add or drop unit enrolment done; the amendments will not be captured in the OCR.
(iii) There are unit problems, e.g. changes in course structure or major.
Please consult the respective Head of Department (SEE ATTACHED
SCHOOL ORGANISATIONAL CHART).

C.

For students who have paid their fees via telegraphic transfer or direct deposit and have not informed the University, the student account may not have been updated, and therefore online class registration may not be available. In this case, please contact the Financial Services at finance@curtin.edu.my, or call 085-443885 to rectify the situation by providing proof of payment by 22 February 2016. The class registration

FoBH – Online Class Registration (OCR)

Semester 1, 2016

Updated November 2015

will be available from 23 February 2016. (Applicable to students who make payment before the due date).
D.

NEW STUDENTS (new intake) can ONLY do their class registration manually on Thursday, 25 February 2016 from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

E. Changes in the timetable can be viewed between 12pm and 4pm everyday
(22 February until 26 February) from OCR timetable and the updated timetable on the website. Should a student encounter any clashes in the timetable after the amendments, please consult the respective Head of
Department.
F. 25 February 2016, Online Class Registration (OCR) will be closed for maintenance. Students will not be able to access the system from 9 am
5pm. The system will resume on the 26 February 2016.
IMPORTANT:
(a) Semester 1, 2016 Timetable will be available on the website. Should there be any clashes, please notify the respective Head of Department. Please check the website for latest updates on the timetable from time to time.

FoBH – Online Class Registration (OCR)

Semester 1, 2016

Updated November 2015

Faculty of Business and Humanities
Department Organization Structure
Nazaruddin Hj Hamit
Faculty Manager
(naza@curtin.edu.my)

Estinomi Pudun
Administrative Assistant
(esti.pudun@curtin.edu.my)

Reni Bt Azmi
Administrative Officer
(reni.azmi@curtin.edu.my)

Jolynn Libai John
Administrative Assistant
(jolynnlibai@curtin.edu.my
)
Tayah Munggang
Administrative Assistant
(tayah.m@curtin.edu.my)

Prof. Jonathan Winterton
Dean
(jonathan.winterton@curtin.edu.my)

Dr. Pauline Ho Poh Ling
Deputy Dean
(pauline.ho@curtin.edu.my)

Julia Bajau
Administrative Officer
(julia.bajau@curtin.edu.my)

Department of
Finance & Banking

Department of
Marketing

Dr. Md Atiqur Rahman Khan
Assoc. Dean R & D atiqur@curtin.edu.my Department of
Management

Department of
Accounting
Dr. Lynn Ling Yew
Hua
Head of Department yh.ling@curtin.edu. my

Dr. Kenneth Ray
Szulczyk
Head of Department kenneth@curtin.edu. my

Dr. Ahmed Rageh
Head of Department ahmed.r@curtin.edu .my

Dr. Ricardo Baba
Head of Department ricardobaba@curtin. edu.my

Bachelor of
Commerce:
*Banking & Finance
*Finance Single
Major
*Finance &
Marketing
*Finance &
Management

Bachelor of
Commerce:
*Marketing and
Public Relations
*Public Relations and Management
*Tourism and
Hospitality &
Marketing

Bachelor of
Commerce:
*Bachelor of
Business
Administration
*Management and
Marketing
* Entrepreneurship and Marketing

Bachelor of
Commerce:
*Accounting
*Accounting &
Finance
*Accounting &
Banking
*Accounting &
Entrepreneurship

Department of
Media, Culture &
Communication
Tharshni
Kumarasamy
Head of Department tharshni@curtin.edu .my
Bachelor Arts:
*Mass
Communication
*Borneo Studies

Postgraduate
Coordinator
Dr. Dhanuskody
Rengasamy
Head of Department dhanuskodi@curtin. edu.my

*Master of Sc.
Project Management
*Master of
Accounting
*Master of Policy
Sciences

Dr. Linda Hii
Assoc. Dean T & L
(linda.hii@curtin.edu.my)

Pre-Degree
Wendy Law Li Ling
Head of Department wendy.law@curtin.e du.my

*Foundation of
Commerce
*Foundation of Arts

Department of
Culture &
Language Studies
Serina Ann Doss
Head of Department serina.d@curtin.edu. my

*Intensive English
Programme (IEP)
*Mata Pelajaran
Umum (MPU)
*Foundation English
*IELTS…...

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