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Programme Structure for students matriculated in Academic Year 2016/2017 & onwards (whose home faculty is FASS)

The minimum requirements for BSocSci(Hons)/BEng(Hons) programmes are summarized below.

Curriculum for the Double Honours Degree in BEng(Hons) & BSocSci(Hons)

Degree Requirements

Cohort 2016 onwards

Remarks

(A)  University Level Requirements

 

GEMs (5 Pillars)

20 MCs

Sub-Total

20 MCs

(B)  FASS Requirements

 

FAS1101 Writing Academically: Arts and Social Sciences

4 MCs

Pre-allocate by FASS Dean’s Office in Year One. FAS1101 replaces ES1531.

Level 1000 Exposure modules (Asian studies)

4 MCs

Read one exposure module offered by the departments in the Asian Studies division.

Level 1000 Exposure modules Social Sciences)

4 MCs

This requirement will be satisfied by reading EC1101E.

Sub-Total

12 MCs

(C)  Economics Programme Requirements

   

Essential Modules

29 MCs

Please refer to Table 1.

Elective Major Modules

23 MCs

Minimum 15 MCs must be of Level-4000, and the remaining 8 MCs of Level-3000 Economics modules.

Sub-Total

52 MCs

(D) Engineering Programme Requirements

 

Engineering Modules
(Common Engineering modules, Discipline Core modules, Elective modules, Projects & FYP Thesis)

75 MCs

 

Sub-Total

75 MCs (minimum)

 

(E) Common Modules

   

FASS Writing Module (FAS1102)

4 MCs

Pre-allocate by FASS Dean’s Office in Year One. FAS1102 replaces ES2331.

Integrated Honours Project

16 MCs

 

Essential Common Modules

16 MCs

Please refer to Table 2.

Selected Elective Common Modules

8 MCs

Please refer to Table 3.

Sub-Total

44 MCs

TOTAL

203 MCs (minimum)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 1: List of Economics Essential Modules



Module Code Module Title
EC2101 Microeconomic Analysis I
EC2102 Macroeconomic Analysis I
EC3101 Microeconomic Analysis II
EC3102 Macroeconomic Analysis II
EC3303 Econometrics I
EC3304 Econometrics II
EC4103 Singapore Economy: Practice and Policy*

* EC4103 will be offered only in Semester 1 of each academic year. Students who plan to graduate with BSocSci (Hons) must plan to read EC4103 in Semester 1 of the academic year

 

Table 2: List of Essential Common Modules

Module Code Module Title Remarks
MA1505 Mathematics I  
MA1506 Mathematics II  
PH2208 /
PH2218 /
PH2223

Applied Ethics
Business Ethics
Introduction to the Philosophy of Technology

The PH module fulfils the FoE requirement for the 3-MC EG2401 Engineering Professionalism and FASS humanities exposure requirement.
CE2407
CN3421
EE2012
ST1131/ST1131A
ST2334
BN2102
Engineering and Uncertainty Analysis (CE & EVE)
Process Modelling and Numerical Simulation (CHE)
Analytical Methods in Electrical and Computer Engineering (EE)
Introduction to Statistics (ISE, MSE, ME)
Probability and Statistics (CEG)
Bioengineering Data Analysis (BME)
These modules replace EC2303 and are alternative pre-requisites to EC3303 (applicable to Beng/EC DDP students only). If the DDP student has read EC2303, s/he is still required to read one of the listed engineering modules.

 

Table 3: List of Selected Elective Common Modules

DDP students are required to read and pass one module each from the list of BEng and Economics modules. Please select one BEng module and one Economics module from the applicable BEng major.

BEng Programme

BEng modules that can be counted towards BA-Economics major requirements*

BA - Economics modules that can be counted towards BEng requirements*

Bioengineering

BN4301 Principles of Tissue Engineering
IE4240 Project Management

EC3353 Health Economics I
EC4353 Health Economics II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation

Chemical Engineering

CN4122 Process Synthesis and Simulation + CN4123R Final Year Design Project
CN5191 Project Engineering

EC3383 Environmental Economics
EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II

Civil Engineering

CE2184 Infrastructure & the Environment
CE3121 Transportation Engineering
CE5603 Engineering Economics & Project Evaluation
CE5804 Global Infrastructure Project Management
TP5026 Transportation Management & Policy
TP5027 Transport & Freight Terminal Management

EC3381 Urban Economics
EC3382 Transport Economics I
EC3383 Environmental Economics
EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC3385 Maritime and Shipping Economics
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4382 Transport Economics II
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II

Computer Engineering

EE3031 Innovation & Enterprise I
EE4305 Introduction to Fuzzy/Neural Systems
EE4511 Sustainable Energy Systems
CS3243 Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
CS3244 Machine Learning
CS4244 Knowledge Based Systems

EC3312 Game Theory & Applications to Economics
EC3322 Industrial Organisation I
EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC4303 Econometrics III
EC4311 Mathematical Economic Analysis
EC4322 Industrial Organization II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II
EC5104 Mathematical Economics
EC5314 Time Series Analysis
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis

Electrical Engineering

EE3031 Innovation & Enterprise I
EE4305 Introduction to Fuzzy/Neural Systems
EE4511 Sustainable Energy Systems
CS3233 Competitive Programming
CS3243 Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
CS4244 Knowledge Based Systems

EC3312 Game Theory & Applications to Economics
EC3322 Industrial Organisation I
EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC4303 Econometrics III
EC4311 Mathematical Economic Analysis
EC4322 Industrial Organization II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II
EC5104 Mathematical Economics
EC5314 Time Series Analysis
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis

Environmental Engineering

ESE2001 Environmental Processes
ESE3101 Solid & Hazardous Waste Management
ESE3201 Air Quality Management
ESE5603 Pollution Minimization and Prevention
ESE5901 Environmental Technology

EC3353 Health Economics I
EC3383 Environmental Economics
EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC4353 Health Economics II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis
                                          

Industrial & Systems Engineering

IE2110 Operations Research I
IE2140 Engineering Economy
IE3120 Manufacturing Logistics
IE4220 Supply Chain Modeling
IE4240 Project Management
IE4242 Cost Analysis & Management
IE4243 Decision Modelling and Risk Analysis #
IE4244 Energy: Security, Competitiveness and Sustainability#

EC3312 Game Theory & Applications to Economics
EC3322 Industrial Organisation I
EC3332 Money and Banking I #
EC3333 Financial Economics I #
EC3382 Transport Economics I#
EC3385 Maritime and Shipping Economics I#
EC3386 Port Economics#
EC4303 Econometrics III
EC4311 Mathematical Economic Analysis
EC4322 Industrial Organization II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC5104 Mathematical Economics
EC5314 Time Series Analysis
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis

Materials Science & Engineering

MLE3102 Degradation and Failure of Materials
MLE3103 Materials Design and Selection
IE2110 Operations Research I

EC3384 Resource and Energy Economics I
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC4384 Resource and Energy Economics II
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis

Mechanical Engineering

ME3162 Manufacturing Processes
ME4262 Automation in manufacturing
EE4305 Introduction to Fuzzy/Neural Systems

EC3322 Industrial Organisation I
EC4322 Industrial Organisation II
EC4372 Technology & Innovation
EC5324R Cost Benefit Analysis

Important Notes:

  1. Level-2000 and Level-3000 EC module is 4MCs each. Level-4000 EC module is 5MCs each. EC3101, EC3102, EC3303, EC3304, and EC4103 are compulsory core modules which cannot be counted as part fulfilment of the Economics electives requirement.
  2. Students have the option to write EC4401 Economics Honours Thesis (15MCs) or read three other Level-4000 EC electives instead of the Integrated Honours Project (16MCs). Please note that in order to be awarded Honours (Highest Distinction), the student must write the Integrated Honours Project or the Economics Honours Thesis and achieve a Pass grade for it, with CAP of 4.50 or above

Applicable to ChBE Students from Cohort 2008 onwards in the ENG-EC DDP

CN4121 is a 10MC module. If students choose to classify CN4121 as a common module (CA), it will increase the total MCs in the Common Module (C) requirement from 16MCs to 22MCs (BA degree) and 36MCs to 42MCs (BSocSci). Please note that the increase in MCs from CN4121 does not reduce the requirement for other modules; eg the EC module. This means that ChBE DDP students are still required to read and pass item 4 in Row C as listed above.


 

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