Computer Engineering

Special Programmes

Double Degree Programmes

Please refer to FoE's Special Programmes website for more information.

FFG checklists:

BEng (CEG) + BBA (Hons)
AY2017 & AY2018 intakes
AY2016 intake
AY2015 intake
AY2014 intake
BEng (CEG) + BBA
AY2017 & AY2018 intakes
AY2016 intake
AY2015 intake
AY2014 intake
BEng (CEG) + BSocSci (Hons)
AY2017 & AY2018 intakes
AY2016 intake
AY2015 intake
AY2014 intake
BEng (CEG) + BA (Econs)
AY2017 & AY2018 intakes
AY2016 intake
AY2015 intake
AY2014 intake

University Scholars Programme (USP)

Please refer to FoE and SoC site for more information.

Additional module mapping rules for CEG USP students:

- Foundation/First Tier Module: USP Writing & Critical Thinking module (UWC2101%) may be mapped to (double-count)
a) ES1531 Critical Thinking and Writing (AY2013/14)
b) CG1413 Effective Team Communication (AY2012/13 and prior)

- Inquiry Modules/Advanced Curriculum: CG3002 Embedded Systems Design Project may be recognized as an Independent Study Module (ISM) in the Sciences & Technologies (S&T) domain. UIS code for CG3002 is UIS3971.


For CEG students who have withdrawn/are intending to withdraw from USP

Please note: CS2101 Effective Communication for Computing Professionals

- is a requirement for all CEG undergraduates admitted from AY2013/14 (and onwards)
- is a co-requisite for CS2103T Software Engineering (i.e. students must read both modules in the same semester),
- will count towards a) Unrestricted Elective (UE) requirements for AY2013/14 intake, and b) Programme/Major requirements for AY2014/15 intake
- must be read on graded basis.

CEG students who complete the USP curriculum may be exempted from CS2101 due to the intensive communications element in the USP modules; such students will read CS2103 Software Engineering (in place of CS2103T).

However, students who drop out of USP (without completing the entire USP curriculum) are required to either:
a) read CS2101 and CS2103T, if they haven’t pass CS2103 prior
b) read ES2331 Communicating Engineering, if they have already passed CS2103.


NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC)

  • NOC Programme - CEG mapping rules

    For students who started NOC in January 2015 (& after) (as of 4 December 2017)
    - Student who wishes to map TR3202 and TR3203% collectively, in lieu of 8 MCs of FYP/BEng Dissertation, should complete this form (Right-click & Save) (with as much details as possible), and email to Winnie, to seek tentative approval. If (tentative) approval may be granted, he/she has to forward a copy of the interim and final reports (for TR3202 and TR3203) thereafter.
  • In order to obtain the final approval, the student will need to:

    • write a technical report focusing on the technical work that was undertaken. The technical report should cover problem definition, work done (by student) and results achieved.
    • prepare a 10 - 15 minutes presentation, and explain (via a formal presentation) to the FYP coordinator(s), why his/her respective project has sufficient technical contents. [Update: If the FYP coordinators are satisfied with the (technicality of) work done at NOC, the presentation will not be required.]

NOC Singapore (previously known as innovative Local Enterprise Achiever Development/iLead)


Design-Centric Programme (DCP)

Global Engineering Programme (GEP)

Industrial Attachment / Internship

Student Exchange Programme (SEP)