Bachelor in Product Design (Honours)

Application Dates
Course Overview
Bachelor's Degree
Tuition Fees
RM70,000 - RM75,000*
3 years
Study Field

About the Course

Product design is a combination of various of fields; from science and engineering to creative design and business studies. Through the Bachelor in Product Design at Management and Science University (MSU), you will explore crafting and developing products using a variety of materials and technologies for residential, business and industrial usage. Lecturers who have extensive training in this area will guide you throughout the programme, sharing their expertise and introducing you to the latest developments in product design. You can further enhance your learning experiences by opting to study abroad for a semester or more through the MSU Global Mobility Programme (GMP) whereby you can experience different learning environments at one of MSU’s international partner universities. Industrial placement at the end of the programme will ensure you receive the working exposure you need to excel in your future career.

Entry Requirements

  1. Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) or equivalent - Pass with at least 2.00 CGPA (Grade C) in two (2) subjects
  2. Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) - Pass with a B in five (5) subjects
  3. Diploma (MQF level 4) or equivalent - Pass with at least 2.00 CGPA
  4. Matriculation/Asasi/Foundation in a relevant or equivalent field, from a provider of higher education recognized by the Government of Malaysia - Pass with at least 2.00 CGPA
  5. You need also to obtain Band 1 in the Malaysian University English Test (MUET) and pass the MSU interview and drawing test.


RM70,000 - RM75,000
*The stated fees are estimation on overall completion of the program. In any cases where there are credit exemptions, offered rebates or approval of scholarship applications, there will be considerable reduction in the fees
The fees stated here are for Malaysians or local students only. Kindly refer to MSU regarding the fees for international students

Among the Courses Offered

Year One

  • Principles of Form and Three-Dimensional Design
  • Ergonomics and Anthropometrics
  • Computerised Graphics
  • Graphic Communication

Year Two

  • Model Making and Prototyping
  • Design Studio I and II 
  • Product Aesthetics and Design Awareness
  • Design Creativity

Year Three

  • Product Design Project I and II
  • Design Experimentation
  • Industrial Training

Career Prospects

  • Design Consultant
  • Technical Illustrator
  • Product Development Coordinator