The Department of Building offers the full-time B.Sc. (Project and Facilities Management) undergraduate programme, a professional honours degree programme designed to be completed in four years by students proceeding at a normal pace.
Eligible student may opt for a second major in Management or Management (Technology) offered by NUS Business School and Faculty of Engineering. These may be completed in normal time (i.e. four years) through double counting.
Curriculum and Programme Structure for:
Students have to take all foundation modules offered in the semester to which they have progressed, provided they have passed the relevant prerequisites. In addition, they may take modules to satisfy University and other requirements. To graduate, a student must obtain a minimum of 160 MCs in accordance with the requirements of the curriculum and programme structure. ‘Fulfilling’ Modular Credits means reading and passing the modules which carry the Modular Credits.
Students are assessed on a mixture of class work and end-of-semester examinations for each module they had registered for in the semester. Continuous Assessment (CA) may be in the form of essays, laboratory work, projects, reports, or tests. Students’ performance during tutorials may be assessed as part of the CA.
Students who fail in a foundation module have to retake the foundation module the following year. For a retaken module, students have to attend lectures and tutorials and complete assignments and examinations. A new CA grade has to be obtained.
Students who fail a non-foundation module may either replace it with a new module or retake the failed module the following year. There is no limit to the number of times a student may retake the same non-foundation module.
Students who have passed any module are not allowed to retake the module to improve their grades.
Please see the table below:
|Minimum MCs (in general) for promotion to the next level||PFM1 -> PFM2 [>=40 MC]
PFM2 -> PFM3 [>=80 MC]
PFM3 -> PFM4 [>=120 MC]
Note: Every effort is made to ensure that the information is accurate and current. However, the University reserves the right to make changes without notice.