23rd December 2022
The Singapore University of Social Sciences has revamped its curriculum to better prepare students for the evolving world of work and give them more flexibility in their studies.
A new set of 12 common modules has been introduced. These modules, which cover topics like interdisciplinary processes, learning skills, digital and data literacy, creativity and wellness, are similar to other common courses that educational institutions like the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University have introduced in recent years.
Under the new common curriculum, full-time undergraduates will also take part in compulsory community engagement and overseas attachments, which were already in place previously. Part-time students not on the honours track will be required to take four core modules while those on the honours track will take six such modules.