Module Classification Guidelines

Module Classification Guidelines

Module Classification Guidelines (Applicable to Cohort 2014/15 & before)

Does a General Education Module (A9/B9/C9) count as a:

Unrestricted Elective Module (27)Yes
ULR Breadth Module (U9)Yes
Singapore Studies (S9)No
Technical Elective (12)No

Does a Singapore Studies module (SS) count as a:

Unrestricted Elective Module (27)Yes
ULR Breadth Module (U9)Yes
General Education Module (A9, B9, C9)No
Technical Elective (12)No

Does a ULR Breadth (U9) count as a:

Unrestricted Elective Module (27)Yes
General Education Module (A9, B9, C9)No
Singapore Studies (S9)No
Technical Elective (12)No

Does a Technical Elective (TE) count as a:

Unrestricted Elective Module (27)Yes
ULR Breadth Module (U9)No
General Education Module (A9, B9, C9)No
Singapore Studies (S9)No

Note:
A GEM, SS, Breadth and TE module when declared as UEM can be converted back to their original module type at any point during your candidature in NUS via the Online Degree Requirement Check (DRC). Engineering modules taken towards UE cannot be S/U (applicable to students of cohort AY2013 and before).

To be able to declare double-counting of minor modules, you will have to declare that you are doing a Minor Programme via Centralised Online Registration System (CORS).

For more information regarding double-counting of minor modules, please click here.

For more information on S/U policies, please click here.

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Module Classification Guidelines