Diploma In Halal Industry Management

  • Highlights
  • Pathway
  • Programme Structure
  • Entry Requirements


The diploma focuses towards the development of knowledge and the implementation of halal practice in many different industries in Malaysia especially foodservice operations and management as well as providing excellent services to guests. It is a discipline of study which requires the graduates to be able to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and abilities to apply in providing excellent halal services as well as ensuring halal practises are incorporated in the whole picture of halal industry in Malaysia. Students are prepared for their future role as a Halal Executive in the economy by building a solid foundation in halal industrial knowledge and the essential skills related to the diverse field of halal industry.


Students graduated from the diploma can further their studies at ANY  of Malaysia’s Higher Institution in these following programmes:

  • BA Degree in Halal Science & Management – UiTM
  • BA Degree in Management
  • BA Degree in Islamic Banking

The diploma provides student with integrated knowledge and skills supervisory or management role within the halal industry.  There are numerous possible career paths as:

  • Food & Beverage (F&B) Managers
  • Food Retails Managers
  • Restaurant Managers
  • Halal Auditor
  • Halal Executive
  • Halal Butcher
  • Halal Product & Services Entrepreneur
  • Quality Controller
  • Health Inspector/dietary controller
  • Halal Enforcement Officer
  • Quality assurance personnel


Semester 1

  •    Tasawur Islam
  •    Foundation of Halal and Haram in Islam
  •    Co-Curriculum
  •    Arabic Language I
  •    Principle of Management
  •    Fundamentals of Information Technology

Semester 2

  •    Usul Fiqh
  •    Arabic Language II
  •    Business Communication I
  •    Malay Language Proficiency
  •    Principles of Enterpreneurship
  •    Fundamentals of Halal Industry
  •    Halal Law and Regulations

Semester 3

  •    Qawaid Fiqhiyyah
  •    Foundation of Islam Studies
  •    Business Communication II
  •    Fiqh Al-Tathir
  •    Sanitation and Hygienic Practice
  •    Halal Quality Management
  •    Halal Certification Procedure

Semester  4

  •    Introduction to Halal Ingredients in Food Processing
  •    Halal Slaugthering
  •    Malaysian Nationhood
  •    Fiqh Muamalat
  •    Islamic Organizational Behavior
  •    Islamic Financial System

Semester  5

  •    Supplementary Operation in Processing Halal Ingredient
  •    Halal Industry Services
  •    Halal Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals
  •    Halal Internal Auditing
  •    Islamic Economies
  •    Halal Marketing

Semester  6

  •    Industrial Practices


  • Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) at least 3 credit in any subject; OR
  • Other recognized qualification are equivalent by the Malaysian government.