Students can now search and view the module and timetable information from NUSMods. Besides providing information on pre-requisites and preclusions of a module, modules now contain more details such as whether they have S/U option, lab-based, independent-study modules or SkillsFuture funded.
Click here for list of modules offered in Mini-Semesters of Semester 2, AY2021/22.
Timetables changes may occur due to unforeseen circumstances; students are advised to check the listings regularly for any updates.
Students can use the NUSMods in the planning of their timetable.
Only modules available to students in the Non-Graduating Programme will be reflected in the system.
There is only one round to submit your module requests. You can submit up to 23 MCs of modules.
Your request will be processed after you click “Submit”. Refer to ModReg Schedule for module allocation outcome release dates. ModReg Central Team will also send email & SMS to inform students when outcomes are released.
Modules from the following Faculty/Department/Centre CANNOT be done on an Audit basis:
Note: Students who are enrolled in modules on Audit basis will only attend lectures and will not be permitted to sit for examinations. Participation in other practical components (including tutorials, laboratory work, fieldwork) will be at the discretion of the respective faculty/department. The module will be assigned an ‘AUD’ grade and will not be assigned a letter grade.
To ensure that your record in our student database is correct for purposes of the University’s examinations, all coursework students are required to verify their modules online via myEduRec. You will be notified via your NUS email account about this verification exercise which will typically take place in Week 8 of the semester. You are advised to report any discrepancies in your module records to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting your full name and Student ID/Number to enable us to assist you promptly.