(for students who matriculated in Cohorts 2016 and before)
Second Major in Management
Students are admitted to the programme through application by invitation after they have been offered admissions to NUS (For BOTH major/minor in management).
Students in the Management Major will bid online for Business modules via CORS. Students should attend all classes (including any tutorials) for modules they are appealing to get into, otherwise they might not get into a class even though the appeal is eventually successful.
It is very necessary for Major students to strategise well in order to be able to complete the Major. It is not uncommon for Management Major students to run out of time before they graduate, and thus have to abandon the Major. The Management Major may be converted to a Minor in Management or a Minor in Technopreneurship.
Due to severe capacity constraints, the Business School's Career Services Office would not be able to extend assistance to students in any Minor or Major programmes offered by the School.
To fulfill the requirements of the Major in Management programme, students are to complete 12 Business modules worth 48 modular credits in total. Details are shown in the table below.
For more details about NUS Double Major Programme requirements, please refer to this link.
All modules read must be graded, unless taken under the Grade-Free First Year Scheme at the university. (Applicable for BOTH major and minor.)
|LEVEL OF MODULES||NUMBER OF MODULES||NUMBER OF MCs|
|Level 1000||Any 4 of the following Level 1000 modules:
|Level 2000||Any 4 of the following Level 2000 modules:
|Level 3000 or above||Four Level 3000/4000 modules as follows:
(a) At least one from any 2 different areas below:
Minor in Management
Minor requirements are two (2) modules each from the said levels above, making it a total of six (6) modules [twenty-four (24) MCs]. For Level-3000 modules, only those from subset (a) in the table above is applicable.
NOTE: There are no longer any substituting modules for either the Major and Minor programmes for the 2015/16 cohort onwards.
To ensure a systematic acquisition of knowledge as well as to maximize the learning experience, pre-requisites for higher level modules must be adhered to. Please check for the most updated module descriptions at http://www.nus.edu.sg/nusbulletin/search-modules/.
Information above is accurate as at 31 March 2017.