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Double Degrees & Second Majors

SMU students can add breadth to their learning by augmenting their education with knowledge from other disciplines.


DOUBLE DEGREES

SMU students can choose to graduate with a double degree by combining their discipline with either Accountancy, Business Management, Computer Science1, Computing & Law, Economics, Information Systems1, Law2 or Social Sciences disciplines.

Upon successful completion, students receive two degree certificates.

  • Prospective students with outstanding academic results may apply for direct entry to the double degree programme.

  • Current students currently enrolled in a single degree programme and who display exceptional results in their first or second year, can also opt for the double degree programme.

If successful in their application for a second degree, students can take courses from both the programmes they are enrolled in concurrently. They need not take the required courses in any pre-set order, provided the pre-requisite for a specific course has been satisfied, and they can complete the double degree programme in a minimum of 4 years.

1SCIS students cannot enrol in any of the degree programmes offered by SCIS as their second degree.

2To do a double degree programme at the Yong Pung How School of Law, a student must first be offered admission into the Yong Pung How School of Law, Bachelor of Laws (LLB).


SECOND MAJORS & TRACKS

SMU SCIS students may also elect for a second major with or without track to augment their knowledge from the many second major options offered by the SMU schools:

For intake AY2019 onwards:
  • Computing Studies

    For BSc (IS): IS or SMT Major
    and BSc (CL) students only


    choose one of the following tracks:
    • Artificial Intelligence, or
    • Cybersecurity, or
    • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • IT Solution Management

    For BSc (IS): IS or SMT Major, BSc (CS)
    and BSc (CL) students only

  • Technology for Business Solutions

    For BSc (IS): SMT Major, BSc (CS)
    and BSc (CL) students only


    choose one of the following tracks:
    • Business Analytics, or
    • Digitalisation & Cloud Solutions, or
    • Financial Technology
  • Technology for Business

    For students from other SMU Schools (non-SCIS)

For intake AY2017-18 & AY2018-19:
  • Information Systems Major Tracks

    For BSc (IS): IS Major students only
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Cybersecurity
    • Software Development
  • Technology for Business (Solutions)

    For BSc (IS): SMT Major students only
    • Business Analytics
    • Digitalisation & Cloud Solutions
    • Financial Technology
  • Technology for Business

    For students from other SMU Schools (non-SCIS)

  • Communication Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Quantitative Finance
  • Organisational Behaviour & Human Resources
  • Operations Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Sustainability

Offered by Yong Pung How School of Law:

  • Legal Studies

Offered by School of Accountancy:

  • Accounting
  • Accounting Data and Analytics

Offered by School of Economics:

  • Actuarial Science
  • Applied Statistics
  • Economics
  • Health Economics & Management
  • Data Science and Analytics
  • Arts & Culture Management
  • Global Asia
  • Public Policy & Public Management
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Testimonial
I took Information Systems and Marketing (two majors). While some might see them as two separate worlds, I see them as synergistic. In a company like McDonald’s, IT and Marketing work hand in hand because IT enables the transactions while Marketing drives the transactions. I think I’ve benefited greatly from taking two majors.
Benjamin Boh
Regional Director (Strategy & insights), McDonald’s Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa
SCIS Alumni

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Last updated on 03 Sep 2021 .