Concurrent MSc.(Management) Programme for Engineering Undergraduates
Engineering students who are interested to pursue a higher degree in Business & Management may like to consider doing a Concurrent Master of Science (Management) Programme.
The NUS Master of Science (Management), MSc(Mgt), consisting of 20 management and leadership modules drawn from the BBA, MBA & PhD curricula, is only available as a concurrent program for eligible current NUS undergraduates. Students may gain this additional master's degree generally with about one extra year's coursework study and no research requirement.
Applications are welcome anytime, and students are admitted year-round. There are no application fees or admission quota. Details on application procedure for the concurrent MSc(Mgt) programme can be found at: http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/mscmgt/aboutmsc.htm.
The structure for the concurrent MSc(Mgt) programme is as follows:
1. 4 Level-1000 modules or their equivalents;
2. 4 Level-2000 modules or their equivalents; and
3. 2 Level-3000 modules: 1 module, or its equivalent, from each of 2 different areas out of those available.
For details on modules listed under the Minor in Business, please refer to: http://bba.nus.edu/majorminor_minor.html
40-MC MSc Requirements (MSR) segment
1. at most 2 Level-4000 modules chosen from any offered by the School of Business, or equivalent modules;
2. at least 3 Level-5000/6000 research-type coursework modules chosen from any offered by the School of Business ; and
3. at most 5 MBA-type modules chosen from any offered by the School of Business , which had not been covered by the student for the DKR segment.
No MSc(Mgt) module taken in NUS can be on the satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
For relevant/recognized graduate modules, please click here.
The MSc(Mgt) degree will be awarded to students who have
• earned at least a Second Class Lower division in the B.Eng.(Hons.) programme and
• maintained a CAP of 3.5 in the modules counting towards the MSc(Mgt) requirement.
Students who fulfill the DKR requirement of MSc(Mgt) programme will be awarded a Minor in Business.
Students can choose to leave the Concurrent programme, or can be required to leave if they fail to meet requirements. For example, students who do not maintain a CAP of 4.0 in modules contributing to the BEng(Hons) degree for any two consecutive semesters will be required to leave the Concurrent degree programme.
Students who choose to leave the Concurrent programme are permitted to work for the B. Eng(Hons) degree in the FoE. Common modules completed in the Concurrent programme may be counted towards the fulfillment of the BEng(Hons) degree requirements.