Overview (Undergraduate)

Our Programmes

The Department of Information Systems offers four undergraduate programs:

  1. NUS B.Comp (IS) (Hons)
    A 4-year Bachelor of Computing (in Information Systems) (Honours) undergraduate degree programme.

  2. NUS B.Sc (BA) (Hons)
    A 4-year Bachelor of Science (in Business Analytics) (Honours) undergraduate degree programme, with participation from the NUS Business School, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

  3. Concurrent Degrees: NUS B.Comp (IS) (Hons) - NUS M.Sc (Management)
    A 4.5-year Concurrent Degree Programme for our top students, with a Bachelor of Computing (in Information Systems) (Honours) from our School, and a Master of Science (Management) from the NUS School of Business.

  4. Double Degrees: NUS B.Comp (IS) (Hons) - NUS B.BA / B.BA (Accountancy)
    A Double Degree Programme, with a Bachelor of Computing (in Information Systems) (Honours) from our School, and a Bachelor of Business Administration / Business Adminstration (Accountancy) from the NUS School of Business. The single honours programme may be completed in 4.5 years, and the double honours programme in 5 years.

Our Curriculum

Our programmes are crafted to provide a transformative education to our students, as well as equip them with the capabilities to address the needs of a dynamic global and local information and communications (infocomm) industry.

These programmes are designed with five underlying principles:

  • To provide substantive intellectual content to equip graduates with the necessary knowledge and skill-sets to function in work environments that are increasingly globalized;
  • To prepare students to have questioning minds through innovative pedagogical learning experiences;
  • To expose students to the global environment to help them to become better global citizens, who are sensitive to diverse cultural settings, aware of the potential they offer, and capable of operating in them, while conscious of the particularity, value, and limits of their own perspectives;
  • To provide opportunities for students to better prepare themselves for better communication skills;
  • To be aligned and relevant to the changing industries’ needs for infocomm professionals.

Detailed curricula for our two primary programmes are available at our IS Programme and EC Programme pages.