List of Minor Programmes
An ‘open‘ minor means you can declare your intention to do a particular minor via the Centralised Online Registration System (CORS) without any prior approval from the Host Faculty. For open minors, you will bid for the modules under ‘Breadth <U9>’ category. In order for administrators to track that you are doing an open minor, do remember to declare the minor via CORS and convert the module(s) from Breadth <U9> to Double Count Minor & Breadth <MB>, Double Count Minor & UEM <MU> or Minor <17>, based on your preference via Online Degree Requirement Check (DRC). This is a crucial step when you are filing for graduation.
For Students admitted from AY2015/16 onwards: Students who read modules coded as GEH/GEQ/GER/GES/GET to fulfil requirements for Minor programmes are not allowed to count these modules towards fulfilling both the General Education and the Major/Minor requirements. For example, if a student had taken a GEH module for his/her Minor programme, he/she would have to take another GEH module to fulfil the Human Cultures pillar of the GE requirement. The MCs under the Unrestricted Elective module requirements may be used to satisfy Minor programme requirements.
A ‘restricted‘ minor requires students to apply through the Host Faculty before they can declare doing the minor and bid modules under ‘Minor <17>’ category.
List of Restricted Minor Programmes offered by NUS Engineering:
Please click here for the list of Minor Programmes offered by all faculties.
You may get more information on each minor programme by contacting the host faculty/school.